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.
Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott debate what is the best smartphone on the market. Plus they follow up on their discussion of the iPhone X notch becoming of a trend a. Why is everyone copying the notch on the iPhone X? Andrew and Paul also look at the future of the tablet market. What role does the tablet play in today's market and will it every be the productivity tool that can replace the desktop?
WRESTLEMANIA 34 IS HERE! And we have one question for you guys...who wrestles? We're telling you who is wrestling on this - our Wrestlemania Special! The guys talk the WWE Hall of Fame, NXT Takeover, Supercard of Honor, and go through the matches of Wrestlemania 34 along with their predictions!
The Association of Public Radio Engineers hold their conference each year, just before the big NAB Show in Las Vegas. It’s called the Public Radio Engineering Conference (PREC). The PREC is a terrific opportunity for engineers to learn the latest tech, brush up on fundamentals, and get some hands-on experience during the Night Owl session.
Microsoft Windows leader Terry Myerson is out at Microsoft. Paul Thurrott explains the leadership changes at Microsoft. Where is Microsoft headed in the future? Andrew and Paul also discuss how Microsoft, BlackBerry, and Palm missed the mobile revolution. Andrew goes on another rant about issues with the MacBook Pro 2017.
Your favorite bellisimo boys are back this week with a brand new Mat Men on the road to Wrestlemania! This week the guys talk about all things Wrestlemania weekend, the cards, NXT, Hall of Fame, predictions, ROH, and much more! This is a fun one!
The dudes with the moves are back and are talking all things professional wrestling on this lovely road to Wrestlemania. They chat about who is gonna be Daniel Bryan’s partner (Hulk Hogan!?) predictions for Mania, Cena vs Undertaker, potential returns, Brock vs Roman, Ronda Rousey, NXT, video games, NJPW and much more!!
Google adds support for the notch in Android. Apple announces it's new 2018 iPad at it's education focused event. What's new with the 2018 iPad and is Apple missing any markets? And Andrew discusses the number of complaints he received claiming he is biased after criticizing the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Android.
Brother have we got a show for you! We’re talking wrestling, Wrestlemania, American Badasses, The Ultimate Deletion, Jeff Hardy impressions, Daniel Bryan returning and much more!! Also who wrestles?
Andrew has Samsung's new flagship phone, the Galaxy S9. Andrew gives his initial review of the Samsung Galaxy S9. What does he like and not like and will he switch back to the iPhone. Andrew and Paul also discuss the Galaxy S9's camera and how it compares to the Pixel 2.
Low-budget and community broadcasters are using free, open-source software to run many aspects of their broadcast operations. Take a listen to CJUC-FM, for example. Using local PCs or cloud-based operations, community stations can air quality programming, with either local or remote hosts. They can also fulfill both the letter and spirit of emergency broadcast requirements. Audio and video streaming are important aspects as well. Rob Hopkins, founder of Open Broadcaster, joins Chris and Kirk to talk about the possibilities and and what Yukon broadcasters are doing right now with this technology.
In this episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks podcast, Marco, Chris and Dave will be showing you how to build your own Commodore 64 mini PC with a Raspberry Pi, as well as discussing Huawei’s impressive Mate 10 Pro flagship Android phone, real-time Raytracing coming to PC games via NVIDIA and Microsoft, AMD’s mitigation plan for Ryzenfall and other fishy vulnerabilities, PlayStation 3 owners could get PAID, Atari’s cooling looking new Atari VCS console, and details of a new killer AMD Raven Ridge PC gaming rig we’ll be giving away soon!
More of us radio engineers are being called upon to provide adequate lighting for new venues. Many stations are building live performance studios. Others are putting cameras in the control rooms. Whether it’s for a live audience or a video camera, talent needs good lighting to be seen - in a good light. Brett Gilbert with iHeartMedia in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has been lighting up stages since high school. He shares a couple decades of hands-on knowledge with Chris Tobin and Kirk Harnack.
In this episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks podcast, Marco and Dave discuss some KILLER fast new SSDs from Intel, Samsung's great new Galaxy S9/S9+ and camera performance versus the potent Pixel 2 XL, very FISHY AMD chip flaw allegations, a tiny Mini PC from MINIX, Trump going nuclear on Broadcom/Qualcomm and more!
Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss the current state of Windows 10 S Mode. Is Windows 10 with S mode finally ready for prime time? The guys also touch on Mac OS and iOS development. And Andrew looks at ordering a Samsung Galaxy S9.
Ahoy, matey! Thar be pesky pirates in New York, Boston, and Philly! Nick Straka is a contract and consulting engineer in the New York City area. He builds and maintains licensed FM transmitter sites, plus he tracks down the pirate broadcasters who interfere with them.