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Queueing Theory Lets Any App Offer A Mailbox-Like Reservation System (Even If It’s Just For Building Buzz)
Ever since Google announced that access to its then-new email application Gmail would be invite-only at first, startup founders have been angling to reproduce that same kind of fervor for their own services.
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Teenager develops news-condensing mobile app Summly while revising for exam and sells it for an estimated $30m. A British schoolboy's hobby has turned him into one of the youngest self-made multi-millionaires