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From 1997: Ryan Seacrest hangs with amateur rocket makers in the Nevada desert.
From 1998: Ryan Seacrest profiles a military unit charged with rescuing downed pilots.
At CES in Las Vegas, American Idol host Ryan Seacrest talks to Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer about what to expect from the software giant in 2012. Ballmer previews the new Windows phone OS, Windows 8's metro UI and new Xbox Kinect features.
From the IFA show in Berlin, Samsung product marketing director Ryan Bidan demos the new Galaxy Note 2 for CNET's Stephen Shankland.
CNET's TV editor David Katzmaier shares his top TV picks of the season. CNET's Cheapskate Rick Broida reveals the best time to shop for that new TV and Darold Rydl from Woot.com explains Woot's popular "Bag of Crap".
CNET News reporter Mats Lewan takes the brand new Zero S electric motorcycle for a test drive in downtown San Francisco. Currently, electric scooter-style and offroad bikes can be used on the streets. But the Zero S can reach up to 60 mph, and its creator, Zero Motorcycles, says it's the first electric high-performance street motorcycle that's ready to ship.
During CNET's 2005 Holiday Helpdesk, Matthew from Maryland was in the market for a new television and pondered which would be best: DLP, LCD, or plasma.
The Sony KDL-55HX850 is an excellent LCD television which features classic, understated design and deep black levels.
The 5 Browns -- classical music's first family of piano virtuosos begin the '07-08 season with their third CD released October 2: Browns In Blue. Their latest effort features atmospheric classical and jazz-inspired piano music, performed with the sublime virtuosity that propelled these twenty-something year old siblings -- Ryan, Melody, Gregory, Deondra and Desirae -- to the top of the nation's classical music charts first in 2005 with The 5 Browns (which spent 8 weeks at #1 on the Billboard Classical chart) and the next year with No Boundaries also #1 on the charts for 21 weeks.