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25.12.2007: intellinuxwireless.org has announced new versions of mac80211 wireless stack and iwlwifi network drivers for Intel PRO/Wireless 4965AGN Mini-PCI Express Adapter and Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Mini-PCI Express Adapter

20.12.2007: New fglrx driver version 7-12 released.

21.11.2007: New fglrx driver version 7-11 (8.433) released.

23.10.2007: New fglrx driver version 8.42.3 released.

12.10.2007: New ThinkPad Reserve edition model officially announced.

12.09.2007: New fglrx driver version 8.41.7 released.

08.09.2007: Lenovo's Inside the Box blog discusses ThinkPad Linux support.

05.09.2007: AMD/ATI announces new HD2k Radeon drivers, pledging composite support and significant performance improvements on modern (2.6.22) kernels.

19.07.2007: New fglrx driver version 8.39.4 released.

26.06. 2007: New fglrx driver version 8.38.6 released.

31.05.2007: New fglrx driver version 8.37.6 released.

18.04.2007: New fglrx driver version 8.36.5 released. Now supports 2.6.20 series kernels.

28.03.2007: New fglrx driver version 8.35.5 released

01.03.2007: New Lenovo battery recall: FRU 92P1131 (Sanyo 9-cell) may overheat when subject to strong impacts

21.02.2007: New fglrx driver 8.34.8 released

11.01.2007: New fglrx driver version 8.33.6 released

13.12.2006: New fglrx driver version 8.32.5 released

15.11.2006: New fglrx driver version 8.31.5 released

14.11.2006 New ThinkPad X60 Tablet reviewed, including SXGA+ model

03.11.2006: New fglrx driver version 8.30.3 released

20.09.2006: New fglrx driver version 8.29.6 released

18.08.2006: New fglrx driver version 8.28.8 released

04.08.2005: According to desktoplinux.com, Lenovo will sell Thinkpads with SuSE Enterprise Desktop 10 preloaded.

28.07.2006: New fglrx driver version 8.27.10 released including support for XOrg 7.1

27.06.2006: New fglrx driver version 8.26.18 released

05.06.2006: According to CNET [1], Lenovo is now denying dropping official Linux support.

04.06.2006: Sad news! According to CRN [2], Lenovo drops official Linux support for its PCs, including ThinkPads.

24.05.2006 New fglrx driver version 8.25.18 released

15.04.2006 Several news ([3], [4]) appeared that the next Lenovo models will be the R60, Z61m, Z61t and a new Tablet PC X60 Tablet.

12.04.2006 New fglrx driver version 8.24.8 released

09.03.2006 New fglrx driver version 8.23.7 released

10.02.2006 New fglrx driver version 8.22.5 released

28.01.2006 Lenovo and others have first mention of T60p models.

19.01.2006 New fglrx driver version 8.21.7 released

14.01.2006 A bit old news: Lenovo hires new CEO from Dell.

05.01.2006 Lenovo announces the next step in X and T series: X60, X60s and T60.

22.12.2005 Version 1.0 (final) of the BSP for the UPEK fingerprint sensor released.

08.12.2005 New fglrx driver version 8.20.8 released

11.11.2005 New fglrx driver version 8.19.10 released, adds suspend and PowerPlay

26.10.2005 New fglrx driver version 8.18.8 released

13.10.2005: Lenovo announces new R51e to be shipping with SUN StarOffice 8.

15.09.2005: Lenovo announces new WideScreen Z Series. Read here and here.

14.09.2005: Beta release of BSP for UPEK fingerprint sensors released.

17.08.2005: New fglrx driver version 8.16.20 released

09.06.2005: New fglrx driver version 8.14.13 released

11.04.2005: IBM and Sanyo demonstrate Fuel Cell prototype

16.02.2005: New fglrx driver version 8.10.19 released

04.02.2005: IBM sells its entire PC division to Lenovo (China's largest PC maker), exclusing the eSeries x86 range. The Think* brand is included in the deal and Lenovo has full use of it for 5 years.

17.01.2005: New fglrx driver version 8.8.25 (finally with X.Org 6.8 support)

28.11.2004: IBM recently released new T42 notebooks featuring Pentium M 765 processors, a FireGL T2 chip, 1GB of RAM and an integrated fingerprint scanner

09.11.2004: New fglrx driver version 3.14.6

26.09.2004: IBM recalls 56 Watt Thinkpad AC Adaptors

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