Eric Rush insists there will be no let-up with the all-conquering All Blacks after they became the first side to win back-to-back Rugby World Cups, in spite of some high-profile departures from the fray.
China's Great Firewall is still blocking the services of Facebook, Google and Twitter, but that hasn't stopped top brass from all three Silicon Valley firms from visiting Beijing in a span of less than 10 days, perhaps hoping to boost their business prospects on the mainland.
Matthew Dellavedova's incredible postseason run has carried over to the start of this season. In fact, he has been even better.
Only an "act of God" will keep Phil Collins from fulfilling his duties this time around.
In a deal that underscores the dramatic shift from desktops to thin laptops and handheld devices, hard-drive maker Western Digital has announced it will acquire flash-memory manufacturer SanDisk in a cash-and-stock deal worth about $US19 billion.
YouTube, the pioneer of free online videos, is jumping into the subscription streaming market with YouTube Red.
When it debuted two years ago, Google's Chromecast shook up the market for digital streaming devices. The company is hoping now to build on that success, releasing a new and improved version of the Chromecast.
It's a strange thing - watching a massive robot step on your childhood hero.
Google is offering new incentives in a bid to chip away at Microsoft's hold on the corporate desktop.
A US jury has ordered Apple to pay the University of Wisconsin-Madison's patent licensing arm more than $US234 million in damages for incorporating its microchip technology into some of the company's iPhones and iPads without permission.
Yahoo is putting an end to email passwords, and it wants everyone to know it's serious about it this time. Sort of.
Amazon.com has stepped up its battle against suspected bogus reviewers, filing a second lawsuit this year against unnamed individuals who offer $5 to submit upbeat product evaluations on the site.
A federal court jury's decision against Apple in a patent infringement case this week has the potential to award nearly $400 million in damages to the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, but a lawyer says Apple is likely to appeal.
What's taboo in some workplaces is just business for Stella & Dot employees, who use Facebook to connect with thousands of stylists selling the company's jewelry and fashion accessories.
Twitter plans to lay off up to 336 people, slashing about 8 percent of its workforce worldwide.
New undead horror series "Fear the Walking Dead" may take place in the brief, pre-apocalypse glow of Los Angeles, but don't expect this new walker horde to be made of sun-kissed cheeks in overpriced tank tops shambling down the streets of Beverly Hills.
A pregnant Colorado woman was attacked and had her baby cut from her body after being lured to another woman's home by a Craigslist ad for baby clothes, police said.
Time magazine's Person of the Year this year is a group of people rather than a single individual, and among that group is Kaci Hickox, a nurse from Maine who travelled to West Africa to help treat Ebola.
A Republican congressional staffer who took Malia and Sasha Obama to task for how they behaved at last week's White House turkey pardoning is quitting her job, according to NBC News.
A man suspected of killing his girlfriend in Washington state, posting photos of her corpse and describing the slaying online and then leading police in Oregon on a high-speed chase is in custody.