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Centre national d'Etudes des Telecommunications. The French national telecommunications research centre at Lannion.
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com, we can offer our users this benefit in a cost-effective way," said Halsey Minor, CNET Chairman and CEO.
CNET Investor will offer a complete resource for investors in the stock market's hottest sector -- technology.
com "People's Voice" award, which used an online voting system promoted across CNET Networks' family of web properties, including CNET Download.
CNET Television signed new licensing agreements with Discovery Latin America for CNET Central, Cool Tech, The Web, and The New Edge.
The Best of CES awards, which once again CNET is partnering with CES, honor products in ten categories, plus a Best in Show award and the People's Voice award.
I am proud of all that CNET Networks has accomplished and am confident in its future success," said Barry Briggs.
With the official launch of CNET TV and these additional partnerships, CNET videos are available everywhere our consumers want - online, offline, and on-the-go.
For the full-year 2006, CNET Networks expects total revenues of $376 million to $386 million.
CNET Networks previously announced that it has not timely filed its Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended June 30, 2006 in order to address certain accounting matters.
Leverage CNET Channel's distribution engine and network, building product content and information once and distributing it many times
Back to school shopping can be a challenge for parents and kids as they search for the best and coolest products that will meet their needs but not break the bank," said Brian Cooley, editor at large, CNET.