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Briefly: Sceptre's Color Series LED HDTV, Instagram's Explore tab

updated 01:32 am EDT, Thu April 24, 2014

Sceptre releases 32-inch LED HDTV in four different colors

Sceptre has announced the release of its newest 32-inch LED HDTV, as part of its Color Series. Available in pink, purple, white and black, the LED HDTV features three HDMI ports that deliver digital video and audio from external sources through single cable. Its USB port allows for viewing content directly from a flash drive, and its LED panel offers 720p, 1366x768 resolution. Weighing 12.32 pounds including its optional stand, the HDTV can be easily wall-mounted. Priced at $500, Sceptre's Color Series 32-inch LED HDTV can be purchased from various online retailers.



Instagram personalizes 'Explore' section of its platform

Photo-sharing social platform Instagram has updated "Explore" section, featuring a more personalized selection of photos to browse through. Previously populated with images from celebrities and public figures, the revision includes a variety of photos from friended users as well as from those one is not friends with. Content is selected based on what a user has "liked" in the past, combined with what is trending amongst the Instagram community at the time.




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