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The Mobile Awards 2011 were held at Paramount in Central London and were presented by radio and comedy legend Adam Buxton.

And the winners are...

About the Awards

The Mobile Awards 2011 took place on the 10th October at Paramount, an exclusive venue at the top of London’s Centre Point tower.

The Mobile Awards is a highlight in the mobile industry calendar bringing together manufacturers, networks and names from leading media publications.

The evening was presented by our special celebrity guest, Adam Buxton!

Fresh from a sell out run at the Edinburgh Festival Adam is probably best known for being one half of the duo Adam and Joe, winners of the Sony Gold Award for ‘Best Comedy Show’.

Dedicated to celebrating the best of the mobile phone market, we’ve polled the nation in our Mobile Awards Survey and enlisted the help of some of the mobile industry’s top names to form our Mobile Awards Judging Panel.


The JudgesPanel selected by Ernest Doku, technology expert at

  • Verity Burns

    Verity Burns

    Verity Burns is a technology journalist and editor of MSN Tech and Gadgets. When she's not writing features, blogs and opinion on the latest in consumer technology, you'll also catch her presenting the site's video review show Hands On and hear her spouting off on the MSN Games monthly podcast with Iain Lee. Verity has written for gadget mags and websites for nearly five years, and prior to joining MSN worked at Stuff, Pocket-Lint and What Mobile.

  • Rob Kerr

    Rob Kerr

    Rob Kerr is the Editor of One Mobile Ring and a journalist with more than 12 years experience of news, reviews and feature writing on titles such as WIRED, PC Magazine, The Register, The INQUIRER, Pocket-Lint, Mobile Industry Review, Know Your Mobile and The Gadget Show. The mobile phone world is his real passion and forte, having owned a handset as far back as 1994 where he's seen them grow from just being just a business tool, to a necessity in everyone's everyday life.

  • Richard Lai

    Richard Lai

    Richard's love for gadgets was probably triggered by an electric shock at the age of five while poking his finger into power sockets for no reason. Since then he has managed to destroy a few more desktops and phones until he got sent to the U.K. to start secondary education, and somehow he ended up quitting uni in London to join Engadget. Richard's spent almost half of his life in the UK prior to moving back to Hong Kong, but his love for gadgets -- particularly in mobile phones -- is split evenly between the two homes.

  • Natasha Stokes

    Natasha Stokes

    Natasha Stokes Natasha Stokes is the editor of Mobile Choice, a UK mobile magazine and website focusing on devices and consumer news. She recently judged the Best Handset award in the 2010 GSM Awards, and chaired the judging of the eleventh Mobile Choice Consumer Awards. She also presents a video series showcasing mobile phone features. Previously, she was the media and tech editor at HK Magazine, Hong Kong's largest English-language magazine, and founding editor of lifestyle monthly Taxi. Natasha has also written for Time Asia and the South China Morning Post.

  • Jonathan Leggett

    Jonathan Leggett

    Jonathan heads up our uSwitch Mobile Phones news team. With more than 5 years experience in the technology sector, Jonathan has worked on some of the biggest stories the industry has seen. When not immersed in all things techy on behalf on uSwitch, Jonathan also contributes to the Guardian supplements, G2 and The Guide as well as MixMag magazine.

  • Joe Minihane

    Joe Minihane

    Joe Minihane is a freelance gadget and technology journalist. He has a passion for new bleeding edge tech and has worked at gadget bibles Stuff and T3, as well as a stint looking after reviews for UK tech site.

  • James Holland

    James Holland

    James Holland is Launch Editor at Republic Publishing, working across several new websites covering technology, design and innovation. He was founding editor of Electricpig, the UK's fastest growing technology news site and previously deputy editor of From investigating phones that predict global weather patterns, to testing new mobiles' karaoke functions, James has seen the lot.

  • Gareth Beavis

    Gareth Beavis

    Gareth Beavis is Mobile Phones Editor of TechRadar, overseeing hugely in-depth reviews of every mobile phone on a daily basis, based on an embarrassing passion for shiny, pocket-friendly devices. Gareth also recently finished second in a 24 hour dance marathon and held the world record for Backwards 10-pin Bowling - but still rates mobiles as his favourite thing.

  • Dew Alam

    Dew Alam

    Dew joined uSwitch straight from university driven by his passion for the web and specialises in tenacious news reporting and iconoclastic comment on the latest mobile phone developments. When not writing about tech, Dew can be usually found doing photography and saving the galaxy in Mass Effect.

  • Leila Makki

    Leila Makki

    Leila Makki is an award-winning freelance video journalist. Her videos have appeared on TelecomTV, T3, Forbes, and CBS News where she covers the latest technology trends, gadgets and applications.