Samsung Game Pad hints at Note 3

Samsung is prepared to go big with a 6.3-inch screen, Verizon wants to change TV fee rules, and we get a peek at Google Keep.

CNET Update needs bigger pockets:

Stories featured in Monday's tech roundup:

- Samsung says its new Game Pad accessory can fit a device with a 6.3-inch screen. But Samsung doesn't make a phone screen that big -- yet. Could this detail be a hint about the upcoming Note 3?

- Verizon wants to change TV fee rules by only paying for the channels subscribers are watching. And its not the only television provider trying to change the industry.

- Google Reader will soon be shut down, and Feedly is reaping all the benefits .

- Pinterest refreshed its design with new ways to discover pins. You can see the new design by going to your account icon and selecting "Switch to the New Look."

- A note-taking app called Google Keep appeared online, and was soon taken down. Seems Google wasn't ready to reveal Keep to the world.

- Flickr's iOS app now uses hashtags, instead of just keyword tags. It might not be long before Facebook also adds hashtags .

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