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TrustedReviews Awards 2014: Find out the winners tonight

Come one, come all – tonight marks the official doling-out of TrustedReviews Awards to worthy gadget-proffering recipients.

Starting at 8.30pm (GMT), our fastidious editor – Evan Kypreos – will be putting names to prizes in a grand unveiling of this year’s top tech.

You can check out all the action right here on the TrustedReviews website, or you can head over to our Twitter page for live awards action.

Hotly contended categories include Phone of the Year, where the iPhone 6 will go head-to-head with the LG G3 and HTC One M8, and the Game of the Year gong which will pit Alien Isolation against Mario Kart 8 and Forza Horizon 2.

So how does it all work? We picked a shortlist of the top products and companies up for TrustedReviews spoils.

Some of the categories were voted for entirely by you, our loyal readers, while others were narrowed down to a shortlist of three by your votes.

A panel of discerning judges have also voted on the latter selection, which means snagging the top spot is harder than ever.

Voting has now closed and the results are in, so stick around to find out who’ll be lapping up fame and glory later on this evening.

What would be your phone, tablet and TV of the year? Let us know via the comments section below.

Read More: TrustedReviews Awards 2013 winners

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