LazyTechGuys is simply my passion for everything I’d like to see on my own site
American Canyon, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) May 12, 2011
LazyTechGuys will be featured on the MYX-Rated TV show to talk about the all things related to technology. LazyTechGuys will announce new products and also take part in witty and insightful banter about the fast-moving tech industry.
LazyTechGuys has been a tech affiliate for the show and will appear in upcoming episodes. MYX-Rated airs every Thursday on MYX.TV (Comcast 368) and Direct TV (Channel 2067).
Radford Castro, Victor Bognot and Sean Wilburn will be talking about the rise and importance of technology as it relates to business, media and pop culture.
“LazyTechGuys is simply my passion for everything I’d like to see on my own site,” said Radford Castro, co-owner of LazyTechGuys. “It also helps me avoid a ton of other distractions and helps keep my noggin fresh.”
MYX-Rated is MYX.TV’s flagship variety show. It is the first series on the network to be shot entirely in high definition. The show will feature trendsetters and the hottest undiscovered talent.
With so many niche cultures and fans out there, MYX.TV is bringing them all together in a new weekly program aimed to broaden everyone’s horizon.
Join hosts Olivia Speranza and Joey Guila as they show you what’s hot in technology, internet trends, music, urban art, fashion, video games, and all things epic. The jam-packed half hour show will take on pop culture with a comedic twist. The show is produced by Roland Posadas.
Some of the shows have already aired, but fans can view these segments online.
Castro appears on MYX-Rated and reviews the Nintendo 3DS (around the 17:20 mark) http://youtu.be/1bjFuIHHA8A?hd=1. Then he discusses the recent PlayStation Network breach http://youtu.be/iWjPK4euLGk
For more information about LazyTechGuys, call them at 707-656-4276 or visit them on the web at http://www.lazytechguysblog.com.
LazyTechGuys have no products to sell, but plenty of services to offer. They offer the average, lazy tech aficionado the opportunity to go to one site and get all their daily news, reviews, and insights on the tech world around them. They also try to inject a little humor to keep things interesting.