unstrung
adj. Describes a person or technology that uses wireless communications to access the Internet.

Example Citation:
UNSTRUNG No wires! A catch-all term for wireless internet applications and technology.
—Sam Sifton, "Speak fluent yettie," The Independent, November 3, 2001

Earliest Citation:
The unstrung are undaunted by some experts' gloomy forecasts that the wireless Internet might never live up to its billing if users are turned off by the current, bland offerings of e-mail or sports scores, served up as scanty lines of text on the tiny screens of cellular phones and other mobile devices.
—Simon Romero, "Wireless Internet Casts Its Shadow, and Substance, in New York," The New York Times, August 21, 2000

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