Future Tech Awards are back to celebrate the best products and people in tech
It's been a busy year in tech, and we're celebrating with the announcement of the 2021 Future Tech Awards!
Windows Central is incredibly excited to help announce that the Future Tech Awards are back and ready to celebrate the best in tech!
The Future Tech Awards are now in their third year, and they're a celebration of the best products, people, and services across tech for the last year. The awards are chosen as part of a collaboration between Future PLC's tech brands, including Windows Central, Android Central, iMore, T3, Laptop Mag, Tom's Hardware, Tom's Guide, What Hi-Fi, and TechRadar. With input from Future's technology editors, the awards will be awarded to standout consumer technology across the U.S. technology sector.
The award winners will be announced in early January at the CES 2022 conference in Las Vegas. Ahead of the latest crop of winners, you can check out who won last year's FTAs for more.
This year, the Future Tech Awards consist of two tracks:
The Future 50: These awards recognize 50 key people who are driving innovation in consumer technology today, selected by a panel of Future Publishing's tech journalists. The shortlist is drawn from people including CEOs & executive leadership, product managers, designers and engineers, content creators, PR, communications, marketing & advertising.
Future Choice: The best products, as voted for by a panel of Future Publishing's tech journalists. The winning products score highly in reviews and buying guides on Future Publishing sites, including Windows Central.
You'll catch coverage of the FTAs on all of Future's tech sites in January as the winners are announced. For more, also check out our dedicated Future Tech Awards site. Windows Central will also be on the ground in Las Vegas during CES 2022 to bring you all of the latest and greatest tech news from the show.
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Dan Thorp-Lancaster is the former Editor-in-Chief of Windows Central. He began working with Windows Central, Android Central, and iMore as a news writer in 2014 and is obsessed with tech of all sorts. You can follow Dan on Twitter @DthorpL and Instagram @heyitsdtl.