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.
Today Apple announced a several new devices. The new 13 inch MacBook Pro with Retina display, iMac, Mac mini, iPad mini, and 4th generation iPad. Andrew, Colm, and Sunkast provide commentary and opinion during the live announcement of Apple's new products.
This week Microsoft releases Windows 8. One of the most biggest things to happen with Microsoft since moving from Windows 98 to Windows XP. The panel discusses also the upcoming Apple and Google events as well. Gamers, we chat prolonged gaming before going to sleep, Ubisoft Activation Key issue, Walking Dead Collectors Edition, Kickstarting fails, Minecraft 1.4 and much more! And of course our Picks of the Week!
This episode of Behind the Counter was a full on recap of the New York Comic Con starring your two favorite comic book dudes Rich and Jon! They take you into the deep abyss of cosplay, merchandise, and eye popping spectacle that is NYCC. They also take you deep into the Turtle Tunnel with their guide...Rodrigo. Who is Rodrigo? Well, you're just gonna have to watch and see true believer.
This Week on The Free For All: Andrew, Coco, and Spencer discuss anti-bullying day. Is it dumb to have a day just for anti-bullying? Andrew offers advice on how to deal with a bully. Coolteacher calls to weigh in. Joe from Staten Island calls in to complain about people supposedly attacking him. Does Joe deserve to be attacked? Coco takes him to task over it. Sunkast also calls to rant about Joe's behavior in the chat room. Jerry from Toronto calls to give us an update on his cancer treatment. And Andrew brings up his love for Marisa Tomei.
This week on Tech News Weekly: Brian Monroe joins us for the first time. Japanese carrier Softbank agrees to buy 70% stake in Sprint. Will Softbank's purchase help speed up Sprint's LTE roll out? MetroPCS shareholders sue to block the T-Mobile merger. Why? Apple announces an event for next week. Will we finally get an iPad mini? Microsoft begins pre-orders for their new Windows 8 RT Surface tablet. How does the pricing shake out? Google also schedules an event for the end of October. Will their event be a success, or underrated? And our Picks of the Week.
Stephen Wilkinson is Technical Operations Manager at Hope Media in Sydney, Australia. He joins Chris Tarr, Chris Tobin and me to talk about some real-life engineering challenges - like when Stephen lost his main studio-transmitter link - and all 3 backup links failed, too! And Kirk has a sad story about a big coax that departed its tower, and the replacement coax isn't working either. Why not? Let's figure it out. Stephen's FM station in Sydney: http://www.hope1032.com.au/
This week on The Bald Truth: Spencer Kobren speaks with the legendary Joe Tillman from Hasson & Wong. Spencer and Joe discuss the amount of misinformation that is spread on the internet. Why is it so much harder to find reliable information online these days? Joe also speaks about his journey turning his passion helping people with hair loss into a career. Spencer also surprises Joe with a call from long time friend Bob Man, who has an incredible hair transplant success story. Joe from Staten Island freaks out over supposed negative press concerning Vice President Joe Biden's hair.
This week on What The Tech: Microsoft announces pricing and pre-sale for the new Windows RT tablet. Is it priced competitively? Andrew and Paul discuss Lenovo's Windows 8 line up. Will their new hybrid laptops cut into sales of Apple Macbook's? Andrew also gets Paul's take on Xbox Music. Plus, Andrew and Paul give a quick preview of Apple's October 23rd event where they could announce the iPad mini. And what if Windows 8 didn't have Metro?
This week on The Free For All: Andrew complains about Instagram being a trend. Andrew also confronts Coco for some of the photos he likes on Instagram. Why does he keep liking Suicide Girls? Andrew, Coco, and Spencer discuss their thoughts on the Vice Presidential debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan. This turns into a larger discussion of politics and whether or not there is a war on success. Is Obama stifling small business? Brian Monroe calls in to agree with Spencer's view. And Joe Tillman calls to offer a Canadian perspective and to talk about meeting Spencer in person a couple weeks ago for the first time.
This week on Tech News Weekly: New reports peg October 23 for Apple's announcement of an iPad Mini. How would an iPad Mini affect current Android tablets? Windows 8 packaging and prices leak out. Erik Lanigan gives us his thoughts on Windows 8. Sprint confirms they are in talks with Japanese carrier Softbank. Will Sprint and Softbank merge? New information suggest Facebook may have misled and hid information from the EX before their IPO launch. Will Facebook face any charges? A report from Congress says Huawei and ZTE cannot be trusted. Should be be allowed to operate in the US? And our Picks of the Week.
Mark Persons joins Chris Tobin, Tom Ray and me on this War Stories edition, where the stories are more about peacetime engineering. Mark describes a vacation spot just for Amateur Radio Operators - Hams. Mark, W0MH, recently stayed there, operated some great radios, and says it really is a Ham Paradise. http://greengate-wibb.com/ Tom Ray talks about load up a flagpole for radio transmission. Chris Tobin reveals the craziest multi-hop remote radio broadcast ever. And Mark finished up with great stories about building radio stations in the 1930’s! http://mwpersons.com/old-radio/
This week on The Chaunce Hayden Show: Chaunce interviews Real Housewives of New Jersey star Rosie Pierri.
This week on The Bald Truth: A new study says that men with shaved heads are perceived as more dominant and more successful. Spencer speaks with Todd Greene, the inventor of the HeadBlade, for reaction and comment to the study. Todd also talks about the new HeadBlade ATX, and why it's more easier to use than ever. Marcus from New York calls in with praise for Todd Greene, and a couple questions. Andrew Zarian calls to ponder about where Joe from Staten Island is. Did Andrew's curse from last week get to Joe? And Vic from DC calls in to let us know that he is once again considering a hair transplant.
This week on What The Tech: Andrew and Paul discuss the future of computing. They specifically cover hardware, design, gaming multimedia, smartphones, and tablets. Will over simplification dumb down computers and its users? What do most people want? And what are some things we will be disappointed with in the future?
This week we chat about T-Mobile and MetroPCS getting together, Foxconn having worker disputes, XBOX Music launching, Windows 8, AT&T cutting return periods and more….:) On the gaming side of things, Sony is suing Mr. Kevin Butler!! Do you know Kevin? Also, according to Nielsen, Men watch more TV is there is a console, Zynga is in trouble, price gouging of the Nintendo WiiU in auctions and gamers demanding bigger breasts in video games! All this and much much more! And…last but not least, our picks of the week!