MOBILE, Ala. - IPhone fans looking for a larger screen may be getting their wish.
The Wall Street Journal reports Apple is testing iPhone display screens as large as six inches.
That's a pretty big leap from the four-inch display on the iPhone 5. But don't expect to see the larger screens when Apple rolls out new iPhones tomorrow.
According to the The Wall Street Journal, the bigger screens could signal a future move by Apple to offer iPhones of various sizes.
It's been a winning year for smart phones. Shipments are expected to surpass one billion for the first time ever this year. But, the good news unfortunately does not include Blackberry. The Wall Street Journal says Blackberry plans to auction itself off to the highest bidder by November.
Soon you'll have to make sure your "Green Eggs and Ham" does not become spam! Doctor Seuss books are going digital. The first set of children's books by Theodor Seuss Geisel will hit e-readers on September 24th.
Random House children's books says 41 of the classic stories will be released.
Prices will range from about eight to eleven dollars.
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