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Dialed In: 138: We are all illustrious

In this spectacular episode, the Dialed In crew hashes out the latest iPhone Verizon rumor, previews the upcoming Droid 2, and touches on the BlackBerry Torch review. Don't miss the stories, upcoming reviews, and accolades.

In your weekly dose of Dialed In, the crew kicks around the the latest iPhone Verizon rumor, which strikes us as a lot of kids crying wolf. We also preview the upcoming Droid 2, which Kent was prescient enough to mention while surveying Verizon's leaked roadmap.

Bonnie once again shines some light on the BlackBerry Torch in her hands-on review and shares what's ahead for the Droid 2, the first Android phone to ship with the 2.2 OS. In fact, we all have something to say about Google's mobile operating system. Everything's coming up Android. While Nicole wonders why the Motorola Bali doesn't sweep her away to paradise, Jessica continues to crack terrible puns. Meanwhile, Jason acts modest and coy.

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News
The Verizon iPhone: Here we go again
Lots of Android on Verizon's leaked roadmap
The Android Era: From G1 to Froyo (and beyond)
PayPal for Android 2.0 sends payments in a 'Bump'
HTC Desire hitting U.S. Cellular August 27
Verizon announces Droid 2, available August 12
Motorola to focus less on Motoblur, more on products
AT&T snaps up Sony Ericsson Xperia X10
BlackBerry Curve 3G coming soon to T-Mobile
BlackBerry 8530 is Cricket's first smartphone
Samsung's Flight and Eternity sequels
Boost Mobile grabs up the Samsung Seek
Samsung Gusto available now from Verizon
Cricket launches MSGM8 II

Reviews
RIM BlackBerry Torch (AT&T)
HTC Wildfire (unlocked)
Motorola Bali (Boost Mobile)
Motorola i1 (Sprint Nextel)
Samsung Intensity II (Verizon)

Upcoming reviews
Motorola Droid 2 (Verizon Wireless)
Samsung Epic 4G (Sprint)
Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 (AT&T)