The Times of India Gadgets Now Awards returns with over 60 gadgets

The Times of India Gadgets Now Awards returns with over 60 gadgets

The second edition of The Times of India Gadgets Now Awards is all set to celebrate and honour the best gadgets of India launched in the last year across categories. The winners will be announced on February 10, 2022.

The Gadgets Now Awards will include a host of gadgets that would include audio devices, fitness bands, smartphones, gaming devices, laptops, gaming laptops, tablets, TVs and smartwatches. The voting for the awards opened on December 26 and the last date of voting is January 17. Readers can vote for their favourite gadget on gadgetsnow.com/awards.—-

Commenting on the second edition of The Gadgets Now Awards, Durga Raghunath, Digital Head Times of India, said, “As the offline world changes dramatically, reliable access to technology and quality gadgets are seeing us through this immensely challenging pandemic. Whether it’s for work, staying in touch with family and friends or for entertainment and educational purposes, technology has come to our rescue. It has made our lives purposeful. Which is why the second edition of Gadgets Now Awards is more important than ever. It aims to recognise the best gadgets that were launched in 2021 – gadgets that reshaped the way we live and work.”

Each category will have two awards – Jury Choice and Popular Choice Awards – and the winners would be announced during the virtual event that would be streamed live on FB, YouTube and TOI.

At a time when technology is significantly reshaping lives, the awards are aimed at recognising the personal technology devices that touched our lives reshaped the business.

The Times of India is an Indian English-language daily newspaper and digital news media owned and managed by The Times Group. It is the third-largest newspaper in India by circulation and the largest selling English-language daily in the world. It is the oldest English-language newspaper in India, and the second-oldest Indian newspaper still in circulation, with its first edition published in 1838. It is nicknamed “The Old Lady of Bori Bunder”, and is an Indian “newspaper of record”.




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