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 ...
Troubled building's owners won a legal victory this week against their insurance carrier.
Dolphin HD has long been our favorite third-party Web browser for Android. Its excellent tabbed user interface, add-on system, and gesture support have made it a popular choice among Android enthusiasts. But recent versions of the browser have introduced a startling privacy flaw. Discussions in the XDA forums and a report published on the Android Police blog yesterday revealed that every URL ...
Dolphin HD 7.0 for Android has been released by its developer, Mobotap. Version 7.0 showcases a new browser sync feature called Dolphin Connect along with enhanced Webzine functionality. In a move that may anger some Android users, Dolphin HD 7.0 will exclusively be available only through the GetJar App store until Sunday (October 23). Initially available only on Android, Dolphin Connect will ...
On land, the sound of jackhammers or passing semis might make it difficult for humans to hear, but not much is known about how anthropogenic noises in the ocean - from ship's sonar, pier pile drivers, or oil well operations, for example - affect marine species.
A common bacteria known to cause abortions in marine mammals killed some of the hundreds of dolphins ? more than 100 of them babies and fetuses ? that have washed ashore in the northern Gulf of Mexico since February 2010, dolphin experts say.
A dolphin suffering from a broken jaw was found Tuesday beached on the shore of Mission Bay. Photo Credit: Becky Stickney
The name of Koombana Bay?s newest dolphin calf was announced on Sunday after a competition run in conjunction with the South Western Times.
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