● Tesla will reportedly furlough workers, cut salaries due to coronavirus shutdown - Roadshow Elon Musk's electric car apparently hopes to resume normal operations on May 4.
● 2020 Toyota Highlander keeps it straightforward - Roadshow Even with fancier trimmings than before, make no mistake, the 2020 Toyota Highlander puts families and their many needs first.
● UFC 249: Ferguson vs. Gaethje on an island -- start time, how to watch, full fight card - CNET UFC President Dana White is bringing Enter The Dragon to life with UFC 249.
● Every upcoming phone available this spring and summer of 2020 - CNET From the iPhone 12 to the Galaxy Fold 2, here are 13 phones we still expect to see in the coming months.
● iPhone SE: Every spec, rumor and the expected launch date - CNET All the latest, hottest rumors about a potential successor to the 2020 "iPhone SE."
● Chan Zuckerberg Biohub and UCSF boost Bay Area coronavirus testing - CNET A new lab can process up to 2,000 samples daily and return results in as fast as 24 hours.
● Add an LG Blu-ray player to your home theater for $50 - CNET Save 29% on this budget player that includes Netflix, YouTube and a selection of streaming audio services.
● Easter Bunny and Tooth Fairy deemed essential during coronavirus lockdown - CNET New Zealand and Canada remind us that even fictional characters need to keep working during a pandemic.
● PlayStation 5: DualSense controller, release date, specs and everything else we know - CNET Check out the new DualSense.
● Hennessey Jeep Maximus and its 1,000 hp are ready to roll - Roadshow The high-power Jeep is now in production, and it'll cost a cool $225,000.
● The White House wants people of Earth to come together to mine the moon - CNET President Trump has signed an executive order asking all nations to join the US in going lunar.
● Equip your home office with an HP Envy 5055 all-in-one printer for just $80 - CNET Save $50 on a fairly compact color inkjet printer that scans, faxes and does full-duplex printing.
● Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey pledges $1B to coronavirus relief - CNET That's around 28% of his wealth, he says.
● New movie calendar for 2020 and 2021 following coronavirus delays - CNET From Black Widow and Wonder Woman to James Bond and Top Gun, we round up the new dates for your favorite rescheduled blockbusters.
● Coronavirus updates: Wuhan ends lockdown, UK prime minister in stable condition in ICU - CNET Plus: The CDC advises people to wear nonmedical cloth face masks when venturing out and pushes 30 days to slow the spread in...
● 2021 Nissan Frontier is 'basically all new,' should be more efficient - Roadshow This redesigned model will share some components with the current version. It also gets the larger Titan's nine-speed transmission with...
● Work in silence with these TaoTronics noise-canceling headphones for just $34 - CNET These budget headphones won't wipe the floor with Bose or Sony, but they're an affordable choice for isolating yourself from the...
● E3 canceled amid coronavirus spread - CNET The world's biggest gaming convention will be shelved for 2020. Microsoft and Ubisoft will showcase their games online instead.
● Rivian R1T, R1S EV launches delayed due to coronavirus pandemic - Roadshow The R1T and R1S were set to launch by the end of this year, but COVID-19 has pushed back the timeline.
● Sony reveals PlayStation 5 controller - CNET The PS5 controller has added haptic feedback for greater touch sensations.
● BP gas stations give health care workers 50 cent discount on fuel - Roadshow Celebrate World Health Day with a little bit of giving back to the coronavirus first responders.
● Facebook launches Tuned, a messaging app for couples - CNET It's a private digital scrapbook where you can share music, moods, photos and love notes.
● Einride shows off its remote operator trucks in new video - Roadshow The electric, driverless truck startup has been pushing to get its one driver, many vehicles model off the ground, and it seems to be working.
● Senators raise privacy questions about Google's COVID-19 tracker - CNET Being able to track the public health crisis shouldn't come at the price of personal privacy, says a pair of lawmakers.