Compared to a record-high of £6 billion ($9.5 billion) in 2013, the South Korean company achieved £2.5 billion ($3.8 billion) profits for July to September this year.
The ‘Fertility Genius’ statue (pictured) was found on a Roman site in Papcastle, Cockermouth and is said to be in in ‘amazing’ condition. The site was uncovered following floods in 2009.
The submarine car claims to be the only vehicle that drives as easily below the waves as it does across land and is available from US-based online retailer Hammacher Schlemmer.
The grooved oak sticks were invented by a company in Portland, Oregon, and claim to be able to make cheap whiskey resemble expensive liquor in just 24 hours.
Scientists at Purdue University in Indiana found molecules, named sinapate esters, block ultraviolet-B radiation from penetrating deeper into leaves,
The latest flexible display (pictured) was demonstrated at the Display Innovation exhibition in Tokyo by Japan’s Semiconductor Energy Laboratory.
Researchers from John Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland and the University of Nebraska stumbled across the algae virus ATCV-1 by accident.
Ripley’s Believe it or Not! London surveyed 2,000 adults and children. Ghosts topped the list on 55%, followed by aliens (E.T pictured) on 51%. God was at the bottom of the belief list on 25%.
The prototype Bionic Boots have been developed by San Francisco-based inventor, Keahi Seymour. They have springs that are designed to imitate the Achilles tendon of an ostrich.
The wrist-worn device has sensors that monitor pulse rate, measure calorie burn and track sleep quality, according to Microsoft, which is based in Redmond, Washington.