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Monday, April 1, 2013

Yahoo bought an application over 30 million U.S. dollars by a 17 year old British

The application that has one 17 year old British rich..

Want to learn quickly, directly, without get lost in unnecessary information at any time via your mobile? Nt'Aloizio The 17 year old Nick skarfistike idea that solves the hands of many users, which, indeed, made him richer by thirty million dollars.

The minor British sold it to the Yahoo app, which bears the name «Summly» and summarizes the main news from selected media in 400 characters.

The idea of ​​applying, of course, Nick had at age 15 when he tried to gather information for a job in History class. They found that through Google gathered too many items that were not consistent with one another, there was information overload and thus facilitate instead difficulty in carrying out the work.

He tried to think of something then that would simplify the lives of users, who are facing a similar problem with the plethora news. So with the application, filtered the necessary information of interest to the user, who previously has selected the means by which he wants to be informed.

Supported the idea of ​​the billionaire originally from Hong Kong Li Ka-Sing, who invested $ 250,000 in the course followed by several personalities from the entertainment Ashton Kutcher and Yoko Ono, until Stephen Fry, who appears with him in spots showing the «Summly».

The Nt'Aloizio after the acquisition of its operation from Yahoo, which is enhanced with dynamic youngest ever since he came to Marissa Mayer, we saved money agreement, previously, however, I bought a new computer and a new pair of athletic shoes.
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