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The Surface Book - which Microsoft calls 'the ultimate laptop' - is now available in several European markets, just a few weeks after the company opened its first international pre-orders.
Microsoft will open pre-orders for its Surface Book tomorrow in several markets around the world, including many across Europe - although shipments won't actually begin there until mid-February.
The Swiss have decided that regular mail delivery is way too boring for the 21st century. That's why starting yesterday, their postal service is testing out drone delivery in a small number of places.
The upcoming Apple Watch won't be posing a threat to watches in Switzerland till the end of the year as a patent dispute has reportedly prohibited Apple from launching the device.
Apple has paid for the right to use the iconic Swiss railway clock in their latest version of iOS. The clock, one of the most famous Swiss designs of the twentieth century, dates back to 1944.
According to the Swiss government, piracy might not be making as big a dent in content owners' pockets as they would have us believe. In fact, piracy hasn't changed their bottom line much at all.
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The World Economic Forum opens Wednesday in Davos, Switzerland and is expected to host 2,500 participants, each paying $35,000 to attend, The event offers both business and political leaders an opportunity to discuss their thoughts,...