The 2010 Crunchies is the fourth annual competition and award ceremony to recognize and celebrate the most compelling startups, internet and technology innovations of the year. The Crunchies is co-hosted by GigaOm, VentureBeat, and TechCrunch. The internet community is always invited to choose who wins.

List of winners and runner-ups in each respective category of the Crunchies Awards:

Best Internet Application: Pandora (Runner Up: Rdio)

Best Social Application: Dailybooth (Runner Up: Twitter)

Best Social Commerce Application: Groupon (Runner Up: ShopKick)

Best Mobile Application: Google Mobile Maps (Runner Up: Instagram)

Best Location Based Service: Foursquare (Runner up: Facebook Places)

Best New Device: iPad (Runner Up: XBox Kinect)

Best Technology Achievement: Google’s self-driving cars (Runner Up: Qwiki)

Best Touch Interface: Flipboard (Runner up: Fotopedia)

Best Designs: Gogobot (Runner Up:

Best Bootsrapped Startup: Addmired (Runner Up: Instapaper)

Best Enterprise Startup: Buddy Media (Runner Up: Millenial Media)

Best Cleantech Startup: SolarCity (Runner Up: Kopernik)

Best Time Sink Application: CityVille (Runner Up: Angry Birds)

Angel of the Year: Y Combinator’s Paul Graham (Runner Up: SV Fund’s Ron Conway)

Venture Capitalist of the Year: Yuri Milner of DST (Runner Up: Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures)

Founder of the Year: Mark Pincus (Runner Up: Jack Dorsey)

CEO of the Year: Andrew Mason (Runner Up: Mark Zuckerberg)

Best New Startup or Product of 2010: Quora (Runner Up: Square)

Best Overall Product of 2010: Twitter (Runner Up: Groupon)