Hosted by Richard Hart and Gina St. John (later replaced by Daphne Brogdon), CNET Central was the flagship program of CNET TV. It aired from 1995 to 1999 on the Sci Fi Channel and USA Network in the United States. Individual segments were hosted by Desmond Crisis, Ryan Seacrest, and Hari Sreenivasan. Reviews of software and hardware were provided by John C. Dvorak in his "Buy It, Try It, Skip It" segments. The show often ended with a segment called The Last Word featuring commentary from Dave Ross.
Hosted by Sofie Formica and Justin Gunn, The Web explored an emerging facet of computing: the World Wide Web. The show was an hour in length and included segments called The Hall of Fame and The Hall of Shame which showcased interesting and bizarre websites respectively.
The New Edge was hosted by Ryan Seacrest, one of his first on-air jobs. Unlike CNET Central and The Web, The New Edge was not nearly so focused on computing; it explored all aspects of science and technology, from Magnetic Resonance Imaging to gasoline powered blenders.
TV.COM was focused on the best the Internet had to offer. It was broadcast in syndication.
Cool Tech showcased new gadgets.
Shanghai Cool Tech invests RMB 75 mln in Guangzhou Zhiguang.(Shanghai Cool Tech Power Company Limited, Guangzhou Zhiguang Electric Company Limited)(Brief article)
Jul 12, 2011; Jul. 12, 2011 (China Knowledge) - Shenzhen-listed Shanghai Cool Tech Power Co Ltd<300153> will invest RMB 75 million in Guangzhou...