Definition of unbundle
: to give separate prices for equipment and supporting services
: to price separately
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Technology will unbundle aspects of legal work over the next decade or two rather than the next year or two, legal experts say.
More to the point, Chairman Bill may finally be persuaded to unbundle browser and OS by the fear of having his mug shot seen by millions on the pages of the Internet’s most provocative new portal, APB Online.
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