SAN FRANCISCO, CA-- - Dolphin Browser , the most popular third-party browser on Android and only gesture-based browser on iOS, today announced the release of Dolphin Sonar for Android, a voice-control ...
A common dolphin that had been spotted swimming in West Neck Bay on Shelter Island seems to have returned to the open waters of the Peconic Bay system, according to Julika Wocial, Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation supervisor. There were no spectators, marine mammal rescues, police and no sign of the dolphin Monday [...]
Dolphin Browser for mobile devices received a voice-control feature on Wednesday for Android users, allowing them to search the Web with just their voices.
ONE OF Dublin?s most dilapidated flat complexes, which has suffered persistent sewage and mould problems, is to be redeveloped under plans to be submitted to the Department of the Environment this week.
Dolphin's Sonar lets you talk to your browser. (Credit: Dolphin) Dolphin Sonar is a new built-in feature for the Dolphin Browser (download) that lets you control the browser by voice, the company announced yesterday. The feature is a first for mobile browsers. Currently available only in the Android version of the browser, Sonar can be used to search the Web, open or close tabs, and perform ...
A common dolphin spotted swimming in West Neck Bay on Shelter Island Sunday seems to have returned to the open waters of the Peconic Bay system. There were no spectators, marine mammal rescues, police and no sign of the dolphin Monday morning after a tour around the bay. The dolphin was monitored Sunday by the [...]
Voice recognition is all the rage right now with a growing number of apps that let you search for restaurants and translate languages by speaking into your smartphone. Dolphin HD is the latest app to incorporate the technology in a new release of the mobile browser for Android devices. Dubbed Dolphin Sonar, the voice recognition [...]
Browser maker Dolphin has developed "Sonar," a feature that allows a smartphone user to talk directly to the browser.
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