Nokia offers voluntary retirement in India; Iliad reportedly eyeing Monaco Telecom

> Nearly half of all Twitter accounts have never been used to send a tweet. Article

> A Microsoft shareholder filed a lawsuit against the company claiming management mishandled the implementation of European Union laws on web browser choice. Article

> Google will test public appetite for its Glass headset by selling the product to U.S. consumers for one day only. Article

> Nokia is offering voluntary retirement at an Indian factory at the centre of a tax dispute. Article

> France's Iliad is reportedly holding exclusive discussions with Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC) for the acquisition of Monaco Telecom, although CWC said it has no comment on the reports. Article

And finally…Technology really does age children: university boffins have developed software that can show you what your baby will look like when they are 80 years old. Article

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