Future Tech Awards celebrate the best products, services and people in tech
Technology is expanding and advancing at a faster rate than ever before. There were dozens of incredible new computers, phones, speakers, games, and home automations launched in 2020. With the end of the year drawing closer, we're celebrating with the announcement of the annual Future Tech Awards.
The Future Tech Awards recognize the best people, products, and services from across the U.S. technology sector. We're asking iMore readers, to vote on the best products and professionals in multiple categories to help us honor the ground-breaking innovations of this year.
There are four prizes that make up the Future Tech Awards:
- Future Choice - The best products, as voted for by Future Tech's editorial committee.
- Reader's Choice - The best products as voted for by Future Tech's readers (that's you!).
- Future 50 - The top 50 tech people, across five key tech industry categories.
- Tech Hall of Fame - Decorated industry veterans and deserved recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Voting runs through December 4, 2020. Categories cross all of the tech industry, including Apple and products, services, and people within the Apple ecosystem. This is where you come in. We want you to tell us who should earn the honor of a Future Tech Bulldog this year. The Future 50 awards recognize the top 50 professionals impacting technology across five sectors, including young leaders, content creators, and visionary CEOs.
Stay tuned for more details on the Future Choice, Reader's Choice, Future 50, and Hall of Fame awards by following us on social media using the hashtag #TheBulldogs.
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Daniel Bader was a former Android Central Editor-in-Chief and Executive Editor for iMore and Windows Central.
Hopefully they won't ignore the tech innovations over the past in everything from hardware to software, and instead just award the popular brand for mere incremental updates.