Teenager sells his app for $18 million By Jun Hao
A 17-year-old London schoolboy has sold his app company to the internet giant Yahoo for an estimated £18m. Nick D'Aloisio, from Wimbledon, south London, created the app, called Summly – which provides bite-sized summaries of content from news and other sites – a little over a year ago from his bedroom and now joins an elite group of teenagers who have become internet millionaires. D'Aloisio began using computers at the age of nine, making films, and then moved to programming at the age of 12 when Apple opened its App Store for the iPhone.

I think that knowing how to use technology nows a days is very important. It can help us earn lots of money and help us research.