Peter CohenContributor, Macworld

Peter Cohen loves video games, anime and almost anything Apple. When he's not compulsively watching TV or movies, he's a freelance technology journalist and managing editor at iMore.

Missing Sync for Pre 1.0 released

Mark/Space has released sync software to enable Mac users to exchange data with the Palm Pre.

Canon expands color printer line with new lasers, inkjets, dyesub

Canon is offering new models of its color laser printers, inkjets and a new dye-sub printer as well.

EVE Online ‘Apocrypha 1.5’ expansion due in August

EVE Online is due for another update next month, which the producer bills as "Apocrypha 1.5," introducing some new features in preparation of another major release expected this winter.

Ngmoco releases Rolando 2 for iPhone, iPod touch

Ngmoco has released Rolando 2: Quest for the Golden Orchid, a sequel to the hit 2008 game Rolando.

Ambrosia releases Soundboard

Soundboard is a new audio utility from Ambrosia Software similar to a "cart machine" -- it's a sound loop app for live performances.

New video shows iPhone 3GS gaming potential

Firemint has posted a YouTube video showing off a tech demo on the iPhone 3GS that stretches the device's gameplaying potential.

GDC Austin to feature iPhone Games Summit

The Game Developers Conference returns to Austin, Texas in September and will feature a summit dedicated to iPhone game development.

Maine expands MacBook program to high schools

The state of Maine is expanding its successful laptop program from middle schoolers to high schoolers.

New Harry Potter ships for Mac, other platforms

EA has announced the release of a new Harry Potter game, based on the events in the new movie

Doom Resurrection released for iPhone, iPod touch

Doom Resurrection, a new Doom game from Id Software, is available for download from the App Store.

‘Quicky Jr. II’ USB antenna triples laptop range

The Quicky Jr. II is a new USB device that purportedly triples the wireless networking range of a Mac laptop.

EVE Online: Apocrypha

if you’re willing to invest the time and effort to get the most out of this incredibly deep and intricate game, you’ll be hard pressed to find a more rewarding experience.

Why I'm not upgrading to an iPhone 3GS

Apple sold 1 million iPhone 3GS models last weekend, but Peter Cohen didn't get one. And here's why he's not planning to any time soon.

Study: Apple leads in phone-based tech support

Vocalabs reports that Apple leads HP and Dell in telephone-based tech support

Call of Duty offered as download for PowerPC and Intel Macs

The original Call of Duty is now available for download for PowerPC and Intel-based Macs, thanks to Aspyr.