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What's your favourite gaming tech of the last 12 months?

Check out who's doing well so far in the TechRadar Awards 2010

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Voting is well underway for the TechRadar Awards 2010, but who's out in front so far?

This week on TechRadar we're looking at how the nominees are doing in the home entertainment categories including those covering TV, audio and gaming kit.

Today and Friday we'll be following companies and kit that are doing well in the polls, so you can see if you agree with the results so far.

If you haven't voted yet, why not do so - help get your favourite to the top spot (or keep them there)! Those out in front are by no means guaranteed to win, with voting going on for the next month, there's plenty of time for things to change.

Once you've voted, you can enter our competitions to one of four £5,000 YOYOTech high-end gaming PCs or one of 10 swish £799 Dell Adamo laptops.

In the category of most exciting gaming tech the Sony PlayStation 3 Slim is out in front, but the Nintendo Wii Motion Plus and Apple's iPod touch aren't that far behind. Let us know your favourite.

Our most innovative platform category covers services such as Xbox Live and BBC iPlayer.

Those two pioneering services are currently vying with Sky+HD for the lead, but if you're a Sony gamer you might want to get voting and back the PlayStation Network.

Have your say in these categories and many more across computing, home entertainment, mobile communication and gadgets at awards.techradar.com

We'll be looking at the state of play of more of the computing categories on Friday.

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