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20-Jun-2012

  • Dolphin Engine Makes Dolphin Browser Beta the Highest Performing HTML5 Mobile Browser Available Today

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA-- - Dolphin Browser , the most popular third-party browser on Android and iOS and the only Gesture and Voice enabled browser, today announced the launch of Dolphin Engine, behind-the-scenes ...


  • Octopus Gets Handsy on Dolphin's Privates

    Dolphin learns to stop playing with its food. Hey, at least it wasn't crabs.


  • Octopus' Wild Dolphin Ride

    A closer look at the octopus hitchhiker attached to a dolphin's genitals. Joan Gonzalvo/Tethys Research Institute, via The Ionian Dolphin Project In this June 13, 2012 photograph, an octopus clings to the belly of a bottlenose dolphin.


  • Octopus Hitches Ride on Dolphin's Genitals

    An octopus got the joyride of its life last week when it somehow became stuck on the belly of a bottlenose dolphin in the Ionian Sea. More specifically, the tentacled sea creature had a seat on the dolphin's genital slit.


  • Blue Dolphin Purchases Option to Acquire Ingleside Refinery Site

    HOUSTON -- Blue Dolphin Energy Company (OTCQX:BDCO) ("Blue Dolphin"), an independent energy company with refining, midstream and upstream operations, today announced its purchase of a 180 day ...


  • Dolphin Browser Gets Even Faster On Android

    Android: Dolphin Browser HD, our favourite web browser for Android , just released a new beta that comes with serious speed boosts.


  • Hughes takes Dolphin Round Up lead with 31.6-pounder

    Competition Tackle's month-long tournament runs through June 30 Troy Hughes caught a 31.6-pound bull dolphin to take over the lead in Competition Tackle's 16th annual Dolphin Round Up for Hospice by the Sea.


  • Octopus photographed clinging to dolphin's nether parts

    Marine researchers off the west coast of Greece spotted an octopus taking the ride of its life.  


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