Electronics: MP3s, TVs, and DVDs
Electronic gadgets such as cell phones, TVs, and digital cameras are part of our modern way of life. This book is about the cutting edge electronic technology that we use today, and how things are likely to develop in the future. Find out: How do cell phones work? What is next in flat-screen technology? How have video games changed since Space Invaders?
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