Tata Sky Investment DTH service provider Tata Sky plans to invest Rs 900 crore this fiscal to migrate its customers to MPEG-4 standard from MPEG-2 standard, reports PTI (via Business Standard). This migration will apparently allow the company to offer more than 300 channels from approximately 230 channels right now. Tata Sky CEO Harit Nagpal told the publication that they have already started the migration process and it is likely to be completed by July 2014. Through this, Nagpal hopes to increase Tata Sky's subscriber base by 25%-30% this fiscal year from the existing 10 million subscribers. Meanwhile, none of DTH players in the country have figured out on how to provide uninterrupted service during the rains. Notion Ink imShakti Emergency app Emergency apps seems to be the latest trend right now, with several companies launching their versions of emergency apps. The latest being imShakti from Notion Ink. The app is available as a free download on Google Play Store and allows users to send messages to their listed emergency contacts. Once installed, users can press the power button five times within two seconds to trigger an emergency text message consisting of the user's location to their emergency contact. Other apps which provide similar features include OnMobile's Help Me on Mobile, Meru Cabs's mobile apps which has an emergency alert feature, CanvasM's FightBack, SafeTrac, Circle Of 6, and bSafe among others. Airtel had also launched a similar 24x7 emergency SMS alert service for its subscribers in December 2012. CouponDunia Expands To Indonesia, Brazil, Turkey and Poland Coupon aggregation sites CouponDunia has expanded to…
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