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The Gadget Book: How Really Cool Stuff Works

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Bluetooth, HDTV, SEMs, PSP and Wii: your world is full of cool gadgets and clever technology. Want to know how it all works? Open up the cool lenticular cover to reveal what's inside your games console, how spies use GSM for covert operations, the world's fastest robot, virtual online worlds and more. It's a microscopic, X-rayed, cross-sectioned and close-up look at loads of amazing stuff!

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About Chris Woodford

Chris Woodford has an M.A. in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University, where he specialized in physics and experimental psychology. His books have sold over four million copies, been translated into over 20 languages, and won or been shortlisted for over 30 awards. Chris also runs the science education website Explain that Stuff, which serves well over ha

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About Jon Woodcock

Dr. Jon Woodcock has a degree in physics from the University of Oxford and a PhD in computational astrophysics from the University of London. He started coding at the age of eight and has programmed all kinds of computers, from single-chip microcontrollers to world-class supercomputers. His many projects include giant space simulations, resea

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