Piper Jaffray: Apple on track to sell 4.5M iPhones worldwide in current quarter; Why did Dan Hesse leave Embarq?

> Apple is on track to sell about 4.5 million iPhones worldwide in the current fiscal quarter, according to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster. Article

> Kyocera's Talk N' Text flip phone available for $20 at Virgin Mobile outlets. Release

> Palm reveals pics of new Treo Pro. Article

> The Rural Telecommunications Group filed an individual petition with the FCC urging the agency to deny Verizon Wireless' pending acquisition of Alltel. Article

> Apple's market capitalization surpasses Google's. Article

> Research in Motion's newest BlackBerry, the Bold, has gone on sale in various markets globally. The device includes tri-band HSDPA wireless data on any GSM network worldwide for the first time. Article

And Finally... Sprint CEO Dan Hesse reveals why he left Embarq. Article

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