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whale

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Drone captures stunning footage of killer whales

For the first time, researchers have used a video camera mounted on a hexacopter to monitor the behaviour of killer whales in the wild.

By October 20, 2014

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Forget planking, #whaling is the hot new Vine trend

Vine users everywhere are breaching the surface and singing whale songs to feed the weird new #whaling movement.

By March 13, 2014

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Whale-watching from space totally works

Researchers enlist a satellite in the quest to take a count of endangered southern right whales. Eerie pictures result.

By February 20, 2014

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Slides, whales, and tunnels, oh my: A 'museum' like no other

Who can resist climbing a bus hanging off a building? CNET Road Trip 2013 visited the City Museum in St. Louis, and packed with secret tunnels and giant whales, it's unlike any other museum.

By August 6, 2013

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Google unveils Nexus 9 tablet, Nexus 6 phone and -- surprise -- an Android TV player

The products will serve as the showcase devices for the latest version of Android, Lollipop, until now nicknamed Android "L."

By October 15, 2014

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Twitter-by-post breeds analog 'Fail Whales'

A freelance writer took his tweets offline and made the mail fun again.

By December 20, 2011

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The beluga whale that talked like a human

A captive beluga whale is believed to have made sounds that mimic human speech.

By October 22, 2012

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The song of the Earth is like a space whale

Listen to the sound of the Earth from space, as recorded by NASA's Radiation Belt Storm Probes.

By September 18, 2012

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Deezer, entering US, will sound like Spotify, act like Netflix

The subscription-music service you've probably never heard of is bigger than all its brethren except Spotify. Now it's diving into the US, not with a splash but a ripple. North American CEO Tyler Goldman explains why.

By October 11, 2014

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Next Google Nexus handset could be phablet

New phone codenamed "Shamu" will feature a 5.9-inch screen, sources tell the Wall Street Journal.

By October 9, 2014