PwnageTool 4.0 hacktivation is go for iOS 4

You waited patiently for the Dev-Team to pull together all the developer betas and now it’s time for your reward: PwnageTool 4.0 has been released.

iPhone 3G, iOS 4, and you — what’s missing (spoiler: multitasking)

While iOS 4 is delivering on every promise for the iPhone 3GS users out there, as we were all told up front , the iPhone 3G would be missing some of those touted new features.

iOS 4 now available for your iPhone 3G, 3GS, newer-generation iPod touches

Right on time, Apple has unleashed iOS 4 for owners of the iPhone product codes 1,2, 2,1, and 3,1 — in other words, the 3G , 3GS , and yet-unreleased iPhone 4 .

AT&T offering price protection (or iPhone 4 swap) to recent 3GS buyers

We’ve been able to confirm some leaked information out of modmyi.com today that AT&T is doing us a solid by extending price protection for recent iPhone 3GS buyers by just a little bit. If you purchased a 3GS — either the 16GB or 32GB model — between May 7 and May 14, you’ll have until June 14 to get credited the difference between the price you paid and the $149 / $199 they’re charging now; if you bought it after the 14th of May, you’d have at least until the 14th of this month anyway, so it’s effectively a one-week extension. If you’d rather trade up to an iPhone 4 rather than pocketing some cash and keeping the 3GS, you’ve got an option there, too: anyone who picked up a 3GS between May 7 and May 21 can preorder an iPhone 4 by June 21 and get the new phone for only the difference in cost, assuming you bring in your 3GS when you pick it up.

Yep, the iPhone runs Android 2.2, too

Sure, we might be seeing some big changes to the iPhone tomorrow , but what if you could see some big changes on your very own iPhone, today ? Well, you can if you’re brave enough to try installing Android on your iPhone, which we’ve seen done before , but not with Android 2.2 (otherwise more deliciously known as Froyo ).

iWebcamera lets you ditch your webcam for an iPhone

Drahtwerk’s iWebcamera iPhone app was actually released late last week but it, ironically, only worked with a Windows-based PC. The company has now finally rectified that situation with some Mac drivers, however, which will at last let use your iPhone as a webcam for your Mac just like you’ve always wanted. We haven’t yet had a chance to try it out ourselves, but you can grab the app yourself from the App Store right now for $4.99, and snag the Mac drivers from the company’s website linked below.