LG V510 is a Nexus tablet, but which?view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – According an @evleaks tipster, the LG V510 model number does belong to an unannounced Nexus device. The image was tweeted Sunday night and @evleaks says that “the LG V510 tablet is indeed a Nexus device.” What we don’t know is which Nexus device this actually is. Most likely it is the rumored Nexus 8. The V510 name is similar to the LG G Pad 8.3′s model number, LG V500. (IT news)

Heyday, The New Journaling App, Reminds Me That I’m Kind Of Boringview story

http://techcrunch.com – When I met Siqi Chen, founder and CEO of the startup behind a new journaling app called Heyday, a few weeks ago, he said he’d built an app that offered a “more holistic” approach to tracking your life on your iPhone. Well, the app launched on Thursday, and since then, I’ve been testing it out to see whether Chen was right. My initial conclusion? (IT news)

On Mobile, The Location Arrow May Finally Be Pointed In The Right Directionview story

http://techcrunch.com – Editor’s Note: Semil Shah works on product for Swell, is a TechCrunch columnist, and an investor. He blogs at Haywire, and you can follow him on Twitter at @semil. From time to time on Twitter, I’ll unknowingly dip my toes into contested waters. There are some debates which run deep, like strong ocean currents. (IT news)

Twitter Is About To Officially Launch Retargeted Adsview story

http://techcrunch.com – Twitter is ready to roll out retargeted ads fueled by browser cookies, sources confirm. Twitter could make the announcement as soon as tomorrow, expanding retargeted ads beyond the “experimental” phase that started in July. (IT news)

Founder Stories: 10gen's Dwight Merriman On His Own Style Of Serial Entrepreneurshipview story

http://techcrunch.com – There are founders, and then there are founders. Dwight Merriman is a rare breed of founder. A serial entrepreneur who has helped co-found and lead companies such as DoubleClick, BusinessInsider, Gilt Groupe, and Panther Express. (IT news)

Win Free Ticket to DevBeat: What Developers Inspire You?view story

http://www.linuxfoundation.org – Our friends at VentureBeat are holding a new developer event, DevBeat, November 12-13 in San Francisco. They've offered two awesome offers for the Linux community. First of all, Linux.com readers get 25% off just by clicking here for the discount. Next, if you're looking to score a free ticket, we've got three of them! (General)

At Square, Meeting Notes And Board Slide Decks Are Shared With Allview story

http://techcrunch.com – Twitter and Square co-founder Jack Dorsey took to the stage at GigaOm Roadmap today and, as Twitter was apparently an off-limits topic*, he sounded off on Square. Dorsey championed the mobile payments company as an “analytics” company, allowing store owners to query things like “total # of biscotti sold” versus the complete lack of data and analysis involved in many outmode (IT news)

Galaxy Note 3 review: Still the king of phabletsview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – It was two years ago when Samsung unveiled the very first Galaxy Note, which ended up starting the phablet craze. However, it wasn’t just about the “size” of the Note, it was the functionality with the S Pen, something many manufacturers fail to offer with their own phablets. The world thought the stylus was gone forever, but Samsung brought it back from the dead. (IT news)

Digg Gives Videos Prime Placement With New Digg Video Siteview story

http://techcrunch.com – Digg, a service devoted to helping users find and share the most interesting content around the web, has now more formally expanded into video, the company announced today. With the launch of Digg Video, Digg will break out the most popular video content found online, giving it its own high-level section on Digg.com. (IT news)

FoxNews.com Seemingly Hacked (Or Someone Just Screwed Up Big Time)view story

http://techcrunch.com – Whoops! Looks like someone found their way into FoxNews.com's CMS (or an intern pushed an old test page live.) While it's still not 100% clear what happened here, our tips inbox just went ablaze as people rushed to point out that something… strange was going on over at FoxNews.com. “Weeeeeeeee,” pronounced the headline on the front page's top story. (IT news)