Yahoo has been in talks to buy a Galway-based technology company to gain control of the company's know-how. The possible deal is unusual. US technology companies rarely buy Irish companies simply to hire the employees and acquire technological ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent
This week on Tech Weekly with Aleks Krotoski we hear from technologist and entrepreneur Nick D'Aloisio . Nick, at the tender age of 18, has already sold his first tech startup, the news app Summly, to Yahoo for £18m. At ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer
If you're looking to win the Nobel Prize, you better be closing in on 40. This is why.We have a preoccupation with the precocious: When Yahoo acquired the British news-aggregator startup Summly last year, the media went into ... FULL ARTICLE AT Fast Company
Yahoo News Digest, a news curation and summary app launched last month, is now available in the UK for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Yahoo News Digest provides a summary... Keep reading →FULL ARTICLE AT The Next Web
Nick D'Aloisio is a British-Australian computer programmer and entrepreneur who has become known for the creation of Summly and its technology. D'Aloisio has been recognised as the youngest person to receive a round of venture capital in technology at just 15 years of age when the round was closed.
D'Aloisio grew up in London, United Kingdom, attending King's College School, in Wimbledon.... Full
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