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25-May-2012

  • Hawkeye announcer Gary Dolphin: Cancer-free and ready to go'

    Forty-two radiation treatments later, Dolphin is excited about beginning his 16th consecutive Iowa broadcasting season when the Hawkeyes face Northern Illinois on Sept. 1 at Soldier Field in Chicago. 44 photos: Hawkeye Football's Playboy All-Americans 47 photos: Ultimate Herky Hawkeye mascot gallery


  • Man-to-dolphin conversation? Scientists can now talk like dolphins

    A new device mimics the sound of dolphins, allowing scientists to possibly start communicating in the language that dolphins speak.


  • Device May Let Humans Communicate With Dolphins

    A new dolphin speaker device could one day help us talk with these remarkably intelligent life forms, scientists say.


  • Dolphin Browser Announces Pre-Install Partnership With KDDI, Major Japanese Telecom Operator

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA-- - Dolphin Browser , the most popular third-party browser on Android and iOS and only Gesture and Voice enabled browser, today announced a partnership with KDDI Corporation, one of the ...


  • New speaker can recreate dolphin sounds

    TOKYO, May 24 (UPI) -- A new device that can mimic the sound of dolphins could one day help humans talk with the remarkably intelligent creatures, scientists say.


  • Scientist at Work Blog: More to Learn About Dolphin Whistles

    Conversations with dolphin researchers in Sarasota Bay, Fla., reveal fundamental questions about signature whistles.


  • Dead dolphin found along Rehoboth shore

    REHOBOTH BEACH -- A bottlenose dolphin calf was found dead on the beach at Wilmington Avenue in Rehoboth, marine officials said.


  • WTO rules against U.S. "dolphin safe" tuna

    GENEVA (Reuters) - A World Trade Organization appellate panel on Wednesday said U.S. "dolphin safe" tuna labeling rules unfairly discriminate against Mexico, raising the possibility of sanctions on U.S. goods if the rules are not modified or dropped. The decision is the second time in less than two months the WTO has found fault with U.S. consumer legislation, sparking some U.S. criticism that ...


  • WTO: ?Dolphin-safe? label discriminates against Mexico

    The World Trade Organization ruled today that the U.S. ?dolphin-safe? label discriminates against Mexican tuna fleets that rely on controversial chasing-and-netting techniques that can harm and kill the marine mammals. Read full article >>


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