News@8pm: T3 Tech 100 revealed and free Desire HD

Plus: FIFA 11 downloadable demo and Acer Android tablets

Welcome to your nightly round-up of the day's news and goings on courtesy of T3.com.

Tech's most important day for those who run the industry is upon us as we today revealed the 2010 T3 Top 100, a guide to the biggest movers and shakers and the most influential minds in the entire tech kingdom. The battle to take top spot, a battle this year won by Steve Jobs is fierce as the rivalry between FIFA and Pro Evo two titles that were in the news today as both FIFA 11 and PES 2011 demos launch for download on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.

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App of the Day | Hockey Nations ShootOut
featuring 14 national teams and two game modes – you need to keep on top to win the gold medal.
T3 App Chart | Top 10 iPhone Apps | Nike+ GPS Review
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HTC's launch conference was yesterday but with all the hubbub surrounding the two new Android handsets then some things went slightly overlooked. Also shown yesterday was the HTC Media Link box, a DNLA streaming kit that peaked from the covers of mystery. Elsewhere on the HTC front T-Mobile has announced it will offer the HTC Desire HD from launch. The killer blow, it will be available for free on contract.

Sony vs. Microsoft: the gaming battle is to kick into overdrive tomorrow as the PlayStation Move motion control peripheral from Sony sets to launch. Both companies have had a jump on the competing however as Sony announce the PS3 is to get 3D Blu-ray capabilities on September 21st the very same day that Microsoft unveil brain training for Kinect. We think Sony takes that round.

The tablet wars continue to hot up as it seems each week is marked by the announcement of another tablet being readied for launch. This week, today more precisely Acer has announced a trio of Android 3.0 tablets to launch by the year's end. This news comes the same day that it is revealed that a new iPad newspaper subscription service is being prepared. Its been a day full of rivalries.