Stuff Gadget Awards 2011 – reader-voted winners

And may we say, what fine taste you have this year, with gongs going to OnLive, L.A. Noire and Amazon

Game of the Year – L.A. Noire

Rockstar's Mad Men-style and well, positively noir detective game beat off tough competition from Portal 2 and Fifa 11. Thanks to its superb storytelling and realistic animation, it got 21% of your votes to take Game of the Year.

Read the L.A. Noire Review

Game of the Year nominees


Innovation of the Year – OnLive

With 21% of reader votes, it seems you're a forward-thinking bunch. The cloud gaming service is still a nipper in tech terms but that didn't stop you voting OnLive the Innovation of the Year, ahead of the LG Optimus 3D and the Hybrid Viewfinder on Fujifilm's FinePix X100.

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Innovation of the Year nominees

Most Wanted Future Gadget – Apple iPad 3

It looks like we could be fondling an iPad 3 come March 2012 and the rumour mill is already churning out details to the tune of NFC, 3D and a 2048x1536 screen. Apple's next tablet beat the likes of the Nintendo Wii U, Sony PlayStation Vita and other gadgets that have actually been announced with a decisive 48% of your votes for Most Wanted.

Most Wanted Future Gadget nominees

Apple iPad 3 news


Retailer of the Year –

A huge range of products combined with the Kindle bookstore and e-readers have shot Amazon to the topspot of your favourite shops with 50% of votes. The online store beat off bricks-and-mortar competition from the likes of the Apple store, Micro Anvika and Currys/PC World.

Read the Amazon Kindle 2011 Review

Retailer of the Year nominees  


App of the Year – Sky Go

Stream, pause and rewind live Sky Sports with the App of the Year, for 24% of you. Sky has also just upped its game with the companion Sky Movies app too – so you can now record films through Sky+. Highly commended were Google Body, Garageband for iPad and Photosynth.

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App of the Year nominees


Design of the Year – Asus Eee Pad Transformer

We voted it our Gadget of the Year and you showed your appreciation for the tablet/netbook hybrid by bestowing the Design of the Year accolade on it too. Its useful, uber-keyboard dock design won over 25% of you, ahead of the retro stylings of the Fujifilm FinePix X100 and Sagemcom Sixty or the twists and flips of the Casio Exilim Tryx.

Read the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Review

Design of the Year nominees


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