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Hawaii activists push for new rules on chaining dogs

Animal rights activists are calling on Hawaii lawmakers to strengthen the state's dog tethering regulations. The activists are supporting legislation that would create an animal cruelty charge for chaining a … Click to Continue »

Tethered nanoparticles make tumor cells more vulnerable

Researchers have devised a way to make cancer cells more susceptible to certain types of cancer treatment, by coating the cells with nanoparticles before delivering drugs. By tethering hundreds of tiny particles to the surfaces of tumor cells, the researchers made the cells much more vulnerable to attack by a drug called TRAIL that triggers cancer cells to commit suicide.

Tethered nanoparticles make tumor cells more vulnerable

(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) MIT researchers have devised a way to make cancer cells more susceptible to certain types of cancer treatment, by coating the cells with nanoparticles before delivering drugs. By tethering hundreds...Show More Summary

Why Wireless Tethering Will Improve Your Photography

As a photographer, shooting tethered is one of the best ways to improve your photography skills. Tethering helps you zoom into the details of your shots on a big screen so you can make adjustments as you go. It also encourages collaboration by keeping your photo subject or client engaged if they’re on location with you. Show More Summary

Coachella Is Suing Urban Outfitters for Infringement in Festie Style Wars Drama!

“Festival fashion” has for several years now been a beast unto itself—a way for retailers to market a specific freewheeling style to consumers on the off-season—but it’s undeniable that its rise was tethered to the increasing popularity of Coachella, and the freedom-fantasy it brought with it. Read more...

Drones take research to new heights

Is it… a balloon? An airship of some sort, tethered to the turf? A children's pool, blown onto its side?

Rambro the Angry Ram Becomes Hilariously Frustrated by a Simple Game of Tetherball

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Rambro the Angry Ram, who enjoys confronting all sorts of giant obstacles, grew hilariously frustrated by a simple game of tetherball that videographer Marty Todd had hung for Rambro’s enjoyment. What happens when you leave a tetherball in the forest? The Angry Ram can’t resist a good ramming session. Related Laughing Squid PostsA Bear Has […]

What Love Looks Like When Your Husband Has A Girlfriend

Our Western conceptions of faithfulness are shaped by monogamy. We are tethered to the idea that you cannot love more than one person?.

Taking a Bite from the Apple: 10 Other Tech Brands with Great Design

In the early age of technology, products and devices weren't always pretty to look at. Computers were clunky, TVs were monstrous, and— if you can remember this— phones were beige and tethered to the wall. Shudder. READ MORE »

Keep your phone charged on the go with this 10000mAh power bank for $44.87

If you need some extra power during various days and don't have time to sit tethered to the wall, Ventev's Powercell is what you need. It is a 10000mAh portable battery that allows you to charge from anywhere, and right now you can pick one up for just $44.87. ...

How to Share Your Internet Connection Between Two Windows PCs

Using your Android device to share your Internet connection with your PC is a pretty standard procedure these days, and you’re usually just a couple of taps away from tethering with your PC – whether via USB or WiFi. But between PCs there’s a little more to it than that. Show More Summary

T-Mobile upgrades its unlimited plan again to one-up AT&T

T-Mobile added HD video streaming and 10GB of LTE hotspot tethering to its unlimited One plan earlier this month, possibly as a response to Verizon's new unlimited data plan. Yes, the mobile carrier wars have been intense lately, and they're getting even hotter. Show More Summary

AT&T tweaks its unlimited data plans to offer tethering

Remember when AT&T announced that it would once again offer unlimited data packages, and they were a little underwhelming? Sensing its error, the company has taken the opportunity to roll out a tweaked plan to ease the pain of your wallet. Show More Summary

AT&T Changes Unlimited Plan After Just Two Weeks

AT&T today responded to consumer feedback concerning its new unlimited plan by overhauling the offer. The new AT&T Unlimited Plus plan for a single line provides unlimited talk, text, and data, and 10 GB of tethering for $90 per month. Show More Summary

AT&T Announces New Unlimited Data Plan With 10GB of Tethering and $25 Off DirecTV

AT&T launched a new unlimited data plan less than two weeks ago, but with more competitive options available from Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint, it went back to the drawing board and came up with something better. Starting Thursday,Show More Summary

Which alternative carriers allow tethering?

Just because you're not paying much for data doesn't mean you don't want to share! Here are the MVNOs that support tethering. Saving money on your data plan? That's fine — who says you shouldn't be allowed to share that data with the...Show More Summary

Wireless Apple CarPlay will finally come to more cars

Apple's CarPlay in-vehicle infotainment system has been around since 2014 — and since then, it's been tethered to car dashboards by a Lightning connection like any another anonymous AUX cord.   It's not for any lack of trying on Apple's...Show More Summary

EE reaches for the sky

Mobile operator EE is planning to use balloons and drone to to provide coverage to rural communications in certain circumstances. EE expects to launch its first “helikite” – a mobile broadcast site tethered to helium balloons – later this year and the company  is also preparing to deliver coverage via drones, although that project is […]

NASA-funded balloon recovered a year after flight over Antarctica

(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) After a 12-day flight spent examining solar flares while tethered from an enormous balloon, the GRIPS telescope endured a one-year layover alone on the Antarctic snowscape before scientists could retrieve their hardware.

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