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untethered

Wireless. Unattached to any data or power source by wire or fiber. Contrast with tethered.
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Critique: Inherently interesting and ultimately inspiring, "Mensch-Marks: Life Lessons of a Human Rabbi Wisdom for Untethered Times" is an extraordinary and potentially life enhancing read that is unreservedly recommended for community and academic library Contemporary American Biography collections, as well as Judaic Studies supplemental studies lists.
When flying untethered, the pod can generate about eight different scenarios and four to six constructed aircraft.
Untethered GPS: Leave your phone at home when going for a walk, hike, ride, or run with built-in GPS that records the distance right on your smartwatch.
He said: "A male has been remanded in custody after committing a public order offence, having hisdogsdangerously out of control and having his pig untethered on Prince of Wales Road.
Washington [United States], April 13 ( ANI ): United States President Donald Trump on Friday slammed former FBI director James Comey after the first reports of latter's book were released, wherein the US President has been branded as "unethical, and untethered to truth."
JetPack Aviation has launched its demonstration tour of personal flight with an untethered flight that propelled a man around the Statue of Liberty on a JB-10, the company said.
Go untethered: Operate without pesky cords dangling from your VR headset connecting to the computer.
Both these devices aim to offer users of VR headsets like the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift, an untethered VR experience.
The DUFL app gives frequent travelers the freedom to roam untethered with a platform that delivers baggage where and when you need it.
With best-class-wireless range, PUMP allows you to train untethered from your Bluetooth enabled device.
It warned, "Do not touch or tease the monkey as the may react with unprediktable manners." Halliday says in a foreword that the book, more a memoir than a travel book, is a "record of what it was like to be young, foolish, curious, unfettered, stupid, hungry, untethered, amazed -- and offline."
military scrambled two armed F-16 fighter jets to keep watch as the massive blimp traveled into civilian airspace after coming untethered from its base at Aberdeen Proving Ground, a U.S.