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06-Nov-2011

  • Leviathan partners find 15.7 BCM of gas at Dolphin 1

    The Dolphin 1 discovery is Noble Energy and Delek's sixth straight natural gas discovery.


  • Dolphin calf dies at Brookfield Zoo minutes after birth

    A bottlenose dolphin died within minutes of being born at the Brookfield Zoo early this morning, officials said.


  • Dolphin calf dies at Brookfield Zoo

    A bottlenose dolphin died within minutes of being born at the Brookfield Zoo early today.


  • Dolphin HD browser snared in security breach

    Tapping the designated corner in the Dolphin HD browser will let you control many browser functions with gestures. (Credit: Screenshot by Seth Rosenblatt/CNET) The makers of a popular mobile browser called Dolphin HD confirmed that their software leaks the addresses of all Web sites a user visits, a potential privacy and security breach. MoboTap, a Pasadena, Calif.-based mobile developer, told ...


  • FINDING FALL DOLPHIN: Migrating mahi mahi show up in area waters

    FINDING FALL DOLPHIN: Migrating mahi mahi show up in area waters


  • A dolphin sanctuary

    The government move to declare 32 kilometres of the Sundarbans waterways as ''dolphin sanctuaries'' for the conservation of dolphins could not have been more timely. The waterways of the Sundarbans, .....


  • Dolphin Browser slammed for sharing web history

    The new webzine reading mode in Dolphin Browser for Android was a nice feature addition. It formats pages on supported websites nicely for reading on mobile devices? but it was doing something else that wasn?t nearly as good: passing your browsing history back to their servers using an unencrypted channel. The EFF was all over [...]


  • Dolphin calf at popular beach

    A newborn dolphin named Piper has become the fourth generation of bottlenose dolphin to join the pod at Western Australia's popular beach resort of Monkey Mia.


  • Dolphin calf dies shortly after this birth at Brookfield Zoo

    A bottlenose dolphin calf died just after he was born Sunday morning at Brookfield Zoo, Chicago Zoological Society officials said. Tapeko, the zoo?s 29-year-old bottlenose dolphin gave birth to a male calf at 6:51 a.m. after about three hours of labor. Two days ago, when Tapeko began showing signs that she was close to going into labor, marine mammal staff began 24-hour observations, according ...


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