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We're Looking For User-Contributed Content
by Karl Bode 12:38PM Wednesday Apr 13 2011
Last month we noted that we've set some money aside that we're eager to give back to the Broadband Reports community. Specifically, we're looking to pay users to craft content focused on broadband-related topics. Topics can range from networking tips or your review of a new router, to your experiences as a cable installation technician or involvement with the transition to IPv6. We've received a few promising submissions so far, such as gvd See Profile's exploration of AT&T's inaccurate usage caps and daveburstein See Profile's exploration of the T-Mobile acquisition -- but we're looking for much, much more. Drop me an IM or an e-mail if you think you've got a topic of interest -- or if you have any questions.

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I was unable to get the iPad app for Time Warner to work despite the fact I have full basic cable and Road Runner service. A few calls to Time Warner, and someone was able to figure out the problem. I get my cable TV through a package deal with my apartment complex, and the TV service doesn't show up on my bill because they have a deal with apartment management. For now, anyone who gets TV service as part of the apartment lease will not be able to get the iPad app to work because of that. I don't know if it's new worthy, but I thought it is worth mentioning.
MacBook Pro 2.6 Ghz (Snow Leopard/Windows XP) - iPad 16 Gig Wifi only (1st Gen) - iPhone 4 (ATT) 32 Gig
Couch Potato
Troutman, NC

Netflix Watch Instantly device limit increase

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I've not seen this posted here or anywhere on google, but I was activating another device on my account today and saw that there's now a 50 device limit, instead of the former limit of 6.