Two of Apple's top executives are leaving the company, according to the Associated Press.
One of the executives, who oversaw Apple's mobile software unit, was asked to leave after he refused to apologize for shortcomings in the company's new maps services, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Power outages from Sandy knocked out several New York-based media websites, the AP reports.
After canceling a roll-out event because of the storm, Google announced two new tablet computers and a new smartphone, according to The Washington Post.
Facebook employees have to wait a little longer to cash in their stock after Sandy shut down stock exchanges, Reuters reports.
Microsoft is tapping years of research to add advanced computing to its products, The New York Times reports.
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