South Korean DSME shipyard is building the world's largest Triple-E vessel.
Mathematicians, programmers and other math enthusiasts have chosen March 14 (3.14) to celebrate their passion for pi.
To market its Wild body fragrance collection, the P&G has appointed Mr. Wolfdog Director of Marketing for Old Spice.
The Taiwanese arm of a US tech company Polytron Technologies has developed a transparent mobile phone, said to have similar functions to a smartphone.
Two African lion cubs born at Georgia zoo are being hand-reared after they were rejected by their mother.
A southern Philippine town, Bunawan, mourns the death of the largest captive crocodile Lolong.
The world's longest domestic cat, a 1.23m Maine Coon named Stewie, has died at the age of eight.
US resident - kitten Flipper - was born with a twisted spine that did not allow her to walk normally.
A creature resembling a hybrid dolphin and crocodile has been identified by scientists examining fossil remains discovered in the UK about 100 years ago.
An Australian amateur prospector has unearthed a gold nugget weighing 5.5kg (177 ounces), which is valued at more than A$300,000 ($315,000: £197,000).
Cold weather does not scare golf enthusiasts who took part in the 34th Snow Golf Cup in Silvaplana, Switzerland.
On Tuesday, January 15, a cleaner stole an empty commuter train from a train depot and drove it to a suburb of Stockholm where it derailed and slammed into an apartment building, according to Swedish officials.
Vladimir Franz, a man tattooed on over 90 per cent of his body, is running third to become the new president of the Czech Republic, polls show.