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  • Dolphin Tower repairs could cost $10 million

    With a possible lawsuit in the offing, repairs may be delayed until 2013

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    Dolphin Browser for Android Leaves Beta, Facebook Paid $8.5 Million For fb.com URL

  • Dolphin Energy honours contractors

    Dolphin Energy has awarded some 10 locally-based contractors with ?recognition awards? for their ?continued commitment? to maintaining the highest standards across health, safety and environment (HSE) areas.

  • Hands on: Dolphin HD browser for Android is swimmingly good

    One of the strengths of Google's Android mobile operating system is its support for customization. Android enthusiasts can augment the capabilities of their Android device by replacing key components of the platform with superior third-party alternatives. There are a growing number of really great third-party home screen implementations and Web browsers that users can install directly from the ...

  • Dolphin rescued in Calapan

    A 30-kilogram spinner dolphin was released two hours after it was rescued Friday morning along the coast of Barangay San Antonio in Calapan City by combined Maritime police, environment, agriculture and fishery officials.

  • Brewin Dolphin Hldgs - Total Voting Rights

    Brewin Dolphin Hldgs - Total Voting Rights

  • Dolphin Digital Media Provides Production Services for Hybrid Web and Television Series

    MIAMI -- Dolphin Digital Media, Inc. , a creator of secure social networking websites for children utilizing groundbreaking fingerprint identification technology, today announced that it has contracted to provide production and post-production services for the exciting new web and television series, What's Up, Warthogs!, through its Dolphin Digital Studios division.

  • OC woman, dolphin reunite after 5 years

    An emotional reunion caught on video brought together an Orange County woman and a playful dolphin in Ireland.



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