We’ve mined the promotional data from Baselworld, the world’s biggest watch fair, to speculate on watch trends for 2017.
The Week Ahead Reinvented: from gadgets to hunting for a Swiss flat
Here are a few of the stories we will bring you during the week starting on March 27.
Time to download Out now: the new swissinfo.ch app
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Press review Stories making the Swiss Sunday papers
Turkish protest Switzerland taken to task over Anti-Erdogan banner
Digital defiance Companies pull ads from offensive content
Take a look Picture of the week
In this series, swissinfo.ch picture editors choose an image highlighting a news event of the past seven days.
Empty seats Phantoms of the UN opera
These photos of the UN building in Geneva may be all that is left to remember of the early days of the 'Palais', as its known, once it is renovated.
Spring ahead The century-old fight over an hour of daylight
A look into the history books shows Daylight Saving Time has been a hotly debated political issue in Switzerland for 100 years.
Lifetime achievement Bruno Ganz picks up major big screen honours
It was a big night for Swiss actor Bruno Ganz, who won the nation's top acting award and was recognised for his life's work.
Treaty of Rome Fragile but resilient EU marks low-key anniversary
Six decades after the signing of its founding treaty, the EU appears more fragile than ever. But a Swiss expert puts things in perspective.
Lucerne derailment Train disruption throws daily life off track
More than 90,000 people a day typically pass through Lucerne. When things go awry, it can be disorienting.
Swiss watch industry executives no longer believe that tech-enabled smart watches present the sort of existential threat once feared.
Citizen science When science class produces real-world results
Data from school science projects can become a unique and powerful resource for scientists.
The wandering wealthy Footloose billionaires head to Switzerland
High quality of life and low taxes continue to lure the richest people in the world to Swiss soil.
Comparing pensions People are living longer. Will it mean more work?
International statistics add context to the interconnected debates in Switzerland over retirement age, longevity and pensions.
Baselworld 2017 Six things you should know about the watchmaking industry
Why is Switzerland so dominant in this sector? How many Swiss watchmakers are there? Is Rolex the best known brand?
On ice and office Top Swiss athletes hedge their bets with dual training
A Swiss programme has found a way to get the best out of promising young athletes while providing vocational training as a safety net.
Global viewpoint Where in the world is public broadcasting?
Switzerland is debating the role public broadcasting should play in the country. What's the situation elsewhere around the world?
Julia Feliz of Solidarity for Humanity appeals to Americans in Switzerland to support efforts to fight racism, anti-Islam sentiment, and homophobia.
Brother Klaus Marking 600th anniversary of birth of Swiss peace saint
Switzerland's first saint in modern times, Nicholas of Flüe, was born 600 years ago.
Populist rejection How Swiss democracy sidelines firebrands
The deselection of Oskar Freysinger reflects how Switzerland’s system of democracy keeps in check politicians who are deemed to have gone too far.
#WeAreSwissAbroad: Nino Niederreiter Chur's hockey talent at home in Minnesota
Nino Niederreiter is currently one of the two best Swiss ice hockey players. The Minnesota Wild forward is now in his eighth season in North America.
Nearly half of the Swiss workforce should no longer be bound by location due to digital technology and the sharing economy.
Safe passage LafargeHolcim promises the ‘facts’ on Syria payments
Cement maker’s reputation at stake amid allegations of funding terrorists.