It looks like Gizmodo.in and Lifehacker.co.in, the Indian edition of Gawker Media’s technology focused sites Gizmodo and Lifehacker has gone live, in beta, with content that appears to have been added and compiled over a period of time. (h/t Abhimanyu Radhakrishnan) Content: At the time of writing this post, Gizmodo India offers a mixture of International content sourced from its parent site and local content, however we noticed that the local content is pretty low at the moment. On the other hand, Lifehacker India currently offers only International content sourced from its parent site. That being said, its quite possible that both the sites will feature higher local content once these sites come out of beta. Update: Times Internet has informed that these sites will be officially launched next week and they are currently populating local content on the site. Gizmodo India currently offers news across various categories like Gadgets, Apps, Design and Software among others. Similar to its parent site, the site also has quirky categories like WTF & Watch This on its portal. However, we noticed that many of the category links on the site are linked to single stories. For instance, Gadgets category is linked to a story on an iPhone Charger while the Apps category has been linked to a story on Pizza Compass app. However, its possible these are just initial glitches and it will be fixed when the site is officially launched. Opportunity: What's particularly interesting is that the site also has stories on relatively unexplored areas like Science and Music technology among others,…
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