Computers (Investigations) : This series examines and explains the world around us. Accessible and stimulating for the independent reader and excellent back-up for school projects, there are exciting color photographs and explanatory artworks that draw the reader in to find out more about basic scientific principles, how things work, and what the future holds. Practical experiments increase understanding and are fun to do.
This book keys into the world of the microchip, revealing the facts about cyberspace, digital technology and multimedia.
Trace the story of how early calculators and room-sized computing machines developed into the immensely powerful mini-computers of today. Discover how computer technology works, with examples from computer games, virtual reality, the Internet, e-mail and the World Wide Web. With the help of informative illustrations, clear text and specially selected screen shots, the science behind computer hardware and software is explained.
Activities with popular software programs help you to use your own computer to the full, with many exciting projects to do at home or at school. This book is packed with essential information you need to survive in today's high tech world.
|Tweens Nonfiction||Education & Reference|
|Computación e Internet||Historia|
|Tweens Nonfiction||Science & Technology|