I originally wrote a similar thread because people were upset they could not use NBC Live Extra on Google TV to watch the olympics. But I think the problem with this issue deserves its own thread because it is so annoying. Not being able to access videos on websites that require cable subscriber credentials (login and passwords) looks to be a content provider/device issue. I have tried to login to both NBC Live Extra (owned by Comcast) and Cartoon Network (owned by Turner) using my login to Direct TV and my sisters login to Cox. And I have tried this on each web browser for Google TV, a Galaxy Tab running Android, a Galaxy Nexus phone running Android and even an HP Touchpad. All of those devices can play video through their respective browsers, but no matter what combination I try, after logging into the cable subscriber, nothing happens. My guess is that just like you can't watch Hulu or full NBC shows on a tablet's browser, the content providers (Fox, ABC, NBC, Turner etc.) are continuing to block video to certain devices, even when you have a subscription to cable. The issue in my opinion is that the content providers really want you to do most of your tv watching via cable tv so you can watch the prime time commercials, which is how the content providers make most of their money. An odd exception is the IPad Cartoon Network App, where you can watch full episodes if you login with your cable credentials. Don't get me started on the obvious reason why cable companies have created the login/password model-can anyone say cord cutting? I figure the day that we can watch television shows on the Internet without complications will be the day that Internet service costs twice as much from the cable companies and high end commercials from prime time start playing every 15 minutes for during a show. In the U.S.A. at least, it will always be about the money to be made.