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TechRadar Launches Best Of MWC Awards 2013

19/02/13 TechRadar, the UK’s most popular consumer technology website, today announces the launch of the first annual TechRadar Best of MWC Awards 2013.

During Mobile World Congress, which takes place in Barcelona between 25-28 February, a panel of TechRadar writers will select the very best products that have been announced or launched at the show across the following categories:

Best Phone

Best Tablet

People’s Choice

Best In Show

To be eligible to win, a product must be announced at, or launched at MWC. To be considered, entries can be sent to TechRadar’s Global Editor-in-Chief, Paul Douglaspaul.douglas@futurenet.com – ahead of the show, with the subject header ‘Best of MWC 2013 awards entry’. Entries should include the product name, the award category, the contact details of a representative who will be at MWC and the MWC stand location of the company announcing the product.

Paul says: “TechRadar is the site that millions of people around the world come to every month for in-depth reviews of the latest phones and tablets, so we’re delighted to be recognising the standout products at this year’s MWC with the TechRadar Best of MWC Awards. We’ll be highlighting the phones, tablets and other mobile tech that’s announced or launched at the show and that we believe will be making waves this year.”

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For more information please contact: Ben Bolton, Senior Communications Executive, at ben.bolton@futurenet.com or 020 7042 4034 and 07940 530424

About TechRadar:

TechRadar is the UK’s biggest technology reviews website, providing over 4 million UK readers a month with the biggest and best technology reviews. The award-winning site has become the go-to destination for opinions, exclusives and authoritative reviews of everything from mobile phones and tablets to the latest cameras and televisions. Read by more than 17 million people a month globally, it also boasts a US editorial team based out of San Francisco and an Australian editorial team based out of North Sydney.