iPhone 4G to record in HD?

While some are exploring the outward functionality of the latest beta of iPhone OS 4, others are slowly picking apart the underlying architecture and mining clues about the potential hardware and functionality of the upcoming iPhone. The most recent discovery teases us with 720p HD recording which is revealed in presets of ‘640×480’ and ‘1280×720’.

The secondary value is the familiar resolution for 720p HD and is a feature that would fit in nicely with the rumored iPhone HD name.

PS3 laptop – looking awesome!

I’ve posted before on Xbox 360 laptops, but I thought this PS3 model would be a popular share as well. I found this one over at CNET.

The laptop has a 17-inch, wide-screen 720p HDMI display; built-in stereo speakers and a headphone jack; USB connectors; lots of air vents; and “stylish pin striping to make games run at blast processing.” The modded console has a detachable HDMI cable so you can disable the built-in LCD and hook it to an external source.

Go view the other two images at the link provided above.

Phoenix Suns basketball protest Arizona’s new immigration laws

The Phoenix Suns on Tuesday announced that they will be wearing an alternative jersey identifying them as “Los Suns” during Wednesday’s playoff game to voice the team’s disapproval for Arizona’s tough new immigration law.

Robert Sarver, the team’s managing partner, said in a statement that the alternative uniforms will be worn during Wednesday’s home playoff game against the San Antonio Spurs in order to voice opposition to the law that Sarver said is not the “right way” to handle immigration reform. The Suns won the first game of the series Monday night.

“The frustration with the federal government’s failure to deal with the issue of illegal immigration resulted in passage of a flawed state law,” Sarver said. “However intended, the result of passing this law is that our basic principles of equal rights and protection under the law are being called into question, and Arizona’s already struggling economy will suffer even further setbacks at a time when the state can ill-afford them.”