Casual game is the most grown-up and realistic yet in the company's franchise.
Expected to debut at Mobile World Congress in February, the high-end smartphone is expected to run Android 4.0 and feature an updated HTC Sense experience.
Electronic Arts points to the two Facebook games and accuses Zynga of copyright infringement. Zynga denies the allegation.
New details emerge that suggest HTC is readying a cheaper version of its One S. Though it could share most of the One S's features, it will have a slower processor.
Zynga tries to trademark the use of -ville as a suffix in everything from games (including the games it shamelessly ripped off) to clothing stores. Won't someone stop the madness? Please? Also, Goldman Sachs states from its highly compromised position that Facebook could be a credible threat to Netflix, and credulous reporters and shareholders eat it up. Plus, HP makes a SERIOUS move: putting WebOS on all new PCs. --Molly
The HTC Ville has popped up in a new leaked photos, showing off its slim profile and new version of HTC's Sense UI.
In this phone news video round-up we've got more bad news from Samsung, but exciting rumours of the iPad 3's chip and the new HTC Ville.
The HTC Ville smart phone has leaked in a video posted online, that shows off Ice Cream Sandwich and a new version of HTC Sense.
This marks the second leaked Android-based HTC phone in less than a week. The handset, which is expected to arrive in April 2012, features top-notch hardware.