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Top 7 Best Technology Books

From robots to microchips, technology is rapidly taking over the world. Whether you are a firm supporter of the technological revolution or are just curious to know more, we have a fantastic range of technology books for you to let you know all the key details. Uncover the true stories behind some of the world's most fascinating inventions and technological advancements and what you can learn from them in your own work in these excellent books.

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1. How to Build a Car

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Adrian Newey

This autobiography from car designer and engineer Adrian Newey details the 40 years of his career. The cars he's designed have won over 150 Grand Prix and 10 championships. If you have an interest in cars, how they are made and how they work, you'll love exploring this fascinating piece of car history from one of the legends in the industry.


2. The Complete Guide to Drones

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Adam Juniper

If you're a fan of technology and always clued up on the latest gadgets then this handy guide provides you with all the information you need about drones, including how they work and how to use them to take great photos and videos. You can even have a go at making your own drone by following Adam Juniper's simple step-by-step instructions. Plus, don't get caught out by the legal issues surrounding drones with the clear advice in this excellent guide.


3. Gadgets, Games and Gizmos

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Jean-Marie Donat

Inventors everywhere, whether professional or amateur, will find this book a fascinating read. Jean-Marie Donat looks at how some of the world's most interesting and unique inventions were designed and made, from the paperclip to the space suit. Discover some of the most significant inventions and see how this can inspire you to create your own.


4. NASA Space Shuttle Manual

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David Baker

Any technicians and engineers with a fascination with space craft and travel will be absorbed by this brilliant book by David Baker. Discover the history of NASA's reusable launch vehicle concept from the 1960s and how this then turned from an idea into a reality in the 1970s. Learn all about the design, engineering, flight control and more in this fascinating book.


5. The Weapon Wizards

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Yaakov Katz

Israel, though a relatively small nation, has become the leading country in modern technological warfare. And it is the impressive innovation in Israel's modern weaponry that is the focus of this truly fascinating technology book. Yaakov Katz considers how and why Israel has come to be in this position and what this means for the rest of the world. Technology fans and those with an interest in modern warfare will greatly enjoy diving into this book.


6. Megatech

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Daniel Franklin

Daniel Franklin's interesting book considers where technology will take us in the future – specifically where it will have taken us by 2050. Bringing together various technological minds, including scientists, academics, science-fiction writers and journalists, this book tries to answer the question of where we will be in the future and the impact new technology will have on jobs, transportation and more.

 7. The Tetris Effect

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Dan Ackerman

This book about how the much-loved game of Tetris came to be is written as a very riveting thriller. Across the backdrop of the Cold War with heightened tensions across all the world leaders and spies in every state, the highly addictive game was born. Shocking and inspiring, the origin story of Tetris is a must-read for any technological mind with a fondness for a true story.


Get clued up on the technological developments in the world around you with these fantastic books and the rest of the great reading in our range.