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Is Apple (search) about to rot itself to the core?
The computer company that made itself famous for premium computers that carried a premium price tag, is going mainstream — pushing a $500 machine and an even cheaper iPod. Is CEO Steve Jobs (search) biting off more than he can chew? Fleming Meeks, executive editor at Smart Money, and Ed Albro, executive features editor at PC World, join the debate.
Plus, the race is on as hackers are at it again. Microsoft is trying to beat them to the punch, issuing three new security patches on Wednesday — that's six security patches (search) for Windows XP in the past month alone! What's the deal? Adam Lashinsky, senior writer for Fortune magazine, weighs in.
NASA calls it Deep Impact (search) — a $350 million spaceship that is on its way to collide with a comet. So why does David Williams, vice president of Citizens Against Government Waste, call it a waste of money? We'll ask him.
Another mad cow in Canada has folks worrying about the safety of it and now a health study points to the cancer risks in it. We'll quit chewing the fat and give you the real skinny on red meat from Dr. Isadore Rosenfeld, FOX News medical consultant and author of "2005 Breakthrough Health."
And, the year started off with a black eye. Will earnings get us back in the game? We'll take the market's temperature with Wendell Perkins, chief investment officer of the Johnson Family of Funds, and Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors.
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