The GFQ Network (All Shows)
Summary: About the Network:````Guys From Queens Network Inc. Is a web based television network covering a wide variety of topics from Technology to Entertainment. Produced out of our Queens NYC studio, our web shows feature a wide range of guests, comedians, technologists, authors and broadcasters. Being on the front line of technology, entertainment, and news we are able to provide a insightful view on all topics.````Founded by Andrew Zarian the Guys From Queens Network was created in April 2009, as a way to create a new outlet for great entertainment on the Internet. We are growing fast; in only one year the network already includes 9 great shows. You can watch all of our shows live on our website gfqlive.tv , Stickam.com, Ustream.tv and Justin.tv. All of our previous shows are in the Archive section of Guysfromqueens.com , Blip.tv and Itunes. Currently the network is averaging over 2.5 million live viewers per month. The future of The Guys From Queens Network is promising, along with new content, special shows, musical performances, and website exclusive shows we are growing on a daily basis.
This week Andrew and Rich are back live to bring all the wrestling goodies you need. They bring the jokes and the serious and then more jokes as they chat about Ronda Rousey in WWE, Wrestlemania, The possible steroid/HGH/Whatever scandal, booking going into Mania, WWE in big arenas across the world, ALL IN, and they take questions from the audience.
A new rumor suggests Apple could possibly introduce a lower cost MacBook. How would Apple make a MacBook cost less? Paul discusses the Samsung Galaxy S9 camera. Does it's performance live up to the hype? And Paul also explains what Google needs to do with Android P to fix security issues.
You’d think the National Religious Broadcasters convention would be lacking engineers in attendance. Well, I thought that - and I was wrong. They’re here! Lots of ‘em! We’re live from the expo hall at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee, meeting and talking with broadcast engineers and engineering reps.
In this latest episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks podcast, Marco, Chris and Dave talk about a pair of GeForce GTX 1070 Ti cards from Zotac and Asus, when NVIDIA's next gen GPUs will hit and current pricing head-aches, Samsung's Galaxy S9 / S9+, Huawei's Matebook X Pro, ASUS clones Apple's iPhone X, Netgear extending your wireless network with mesh goodness and more...
Samsung officially announces the Galaxy S9 with innovative dual camera hardware. Paul Thurrott gives his thoughts on the new S9. Andrew and Paul discuss Android's continuing struggle with performance. And Paul answers a few questions from the mail bag.
In this episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks, Marco, Paul and Dave chat about our Top Mechanical Keyboard Roundup, Second Gen Ryzen benchmark leaks, a bevy of Corsair AIO liquid coolers chilling an overclocked Ryzen processor, the latest security issues and updates for Spectre and Meltdown, recent browser exploits, as a pissed-off robot dog!
Between accommodating the Television Repack and Norway’s Public analog FM stations going dark, what’s a poor FM transmitter to do? Radio Magazine’s Editor, Doug Irwin, talks about these topics along with changing workflows with on-demand radio programming and streaming media.
Microsoft lists some of the limitations of Windows on ARM. Paul Thurrott explains what the limitations of Windows on ARM are. Specs for Samsung's Galaxy S9 leak out ahead of it's launch. Andrew and Paul discuss the specs and how smartphone cameras are evolving.
Single Frequency Networks, or SFNs: European FM broadcasters have been using them for decades. Now, US and other broadcasters around the world are extending coverage and filling in coverage holes using synchronized FM transmitters. Hal Kneller consults SFN projects and discussed the technology and techniques.
Andrew and Paul talk about their latest attempts at cutting the cord with services like YouTube TV, PlayStation Vue, DirecTV Now, and Sling TV. Does one TV service come out on top of the others, and have any of these services improved over the past year?
In this latest episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks, Marco, Paul, and Dave get in the mood for V-Day and also chat about AMD's Raven Ridge Ryzen 5 2400G and Ryzen 3 2200G desktop APUs, a rumored NVIDIA GeForce GTX 2080, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 performance benchmarks, creepily clever dog robots, a couple of new SSDs from Samsung and Intel and more...
The studs are back and ready to talk to you about who rezzles. This episode is full of speculation about Wrestlemania, Elimination Chamber, Ronda Rousey, and the potential future fallout of these upcoming big events! They chat RAW, Storylines going forward, card placement, take questions from the audience, and they fantasy book Hulk Hogan vs Everyone!
Keith from Orlando calls in to discuss his initial experience with Propecia, and if lowering the dosage might help to mitigate the moonier side effects he was experiencing.
What might the radio studios of tomorrow look like? What equipment is in them? What equipment is not in them? Could the studio’s future really be “cushions and daylight” as one radio futurist has said? We’re live at the Cleveland headquarters of the Telos Alliance, talking with colleagues about where our studio technologies are headed.
Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss the numerous upcoming changes Microsoft is making to Windows 10 in 2018. How will Microsoft transition from the Universal Windows Platform to Progressive Web Apps? Paul also explains changes to how Microsoft will charge OEMs for licenses based upon the hardware of a device.