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  • Android Dolphin Browser Gets Boost After 80M Installs

    Dolphin today celebrates the 80-million-installs mark with the launch of a new version of its Android mobile browser.

  • 80 Million Installs Strong, Dolphin Evolves for All-New Browsing Experience

    Dolphin, the most popular third-party smartphone browser, today announced that it has surpassed the 80 million installs marks and unveiled an all-new design of its browser for Android phones and tablets....

  • Dolphin spiffs up its browser for Android

    The Dolphin Browser (Credit: Screenshot by Lance Whitney/CNET) Dolphin has enhanced its free mobile browser for Android users with a few neat twists. Launched Thursday in the Google Play store, Dolphin Browser version 10 sports a cleaner and simpler interface. Swiping from the left provides access to your bookmarks or history list. Swiping from the right lets you look for add-ons, jump to full ...

  • Dolphin Dies After Tourists Hold It Up for Photos

    A group of tourists on a southern China beach interfered with the rescue of a dolphin in distress Sunday, even holding the animal out of the water to pose for photographs, before one lung collapsed and the dolphin died.

  • Netizens decry dolphin's treatment

    A dolphin who died in the southern Chinese city of Sanya Monday has sparked nationwide anger after pictures surfaced of tourists near the shore mistreating and posing with the dying animal were spread on Weibo, China's most popular social network site.

  • Dolphin Browser Hits 80 Million Installs, Refreshes Android App to v10

    Sino-US startup Dolphin Browser has reached 80 million installs around the world for its iOS and Android browser. Today, Dolphin is also being bumped up to version 10 on Android with a revamped interface ...

  • Dolphin rescue bid fails

    A young bottlenose dolphin has been put down despite a rescue attempt on Caroline Bay.

  • Death of Dolphin in China Sparks Outrage?and Questions

    Handling stranded marine mammals can be dangerous both to the animal and to humans.



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