Social construction of technology is the theory of Sociology of Technology & Work which defines relationship between technology and humans. In other words, social construction of technology establishes clear distinction between humans and technology. Main argument or focus point of social construction of technology theory is that technology does not drives humans rather human drives technology. Social construction of technology challenges interdependence of human actions and technology requirements in those actions. Many writers argue that technology drives human action and judgements, but social construction of technology theory curtails such saying (George, 2014). This theory also defines the way in which technology has been integrated with society. Success and failure of technology depends on how society accepts technology in their life. Since technology has provided better problem solving approach to different section of society, which means that technology success and failure have different definitions according to different users of same. Therefore, this states that success and failure criteria of technology are not uniform in terms of whole society, but it depends on its user. Social construction of technology theory suggests differentiation between human action and technology by proving use of technology is limited for some people only. (Jones, Allan, and Bissell, 2009).