The editors were accused of 'sedition' but leaders of the Democratic Action Party (a political coalition that rivals the one currently running the government) have asked if the arrests were an act of revenge over the publications' coverage and analysis of corruption-riddled 1Malaysia Development
While two of the most senior were held overnight, they have since been released.
2. Also in Malaysia, Google has been accused of poaching clients
A small Malaysian-based digital advertising agency has alleged that Google's Singapore and Malaysia office has tampered with its AdWords account and attempted to steal its clients, writes technology business site Digital News Asia.
3. A comparative analysis of China's social media
[email protected] provides campaign with updated charts that benchmark China's social media platforms with the rest of the world. Analysis shows that the emphasis on seperate platforms just isn't relevant anymore.
4. Microsoft's new innovation guy talks innovation
They've just hired John Oliver to head global innovation. Read on to see if he has what it takes to impact Microsoft.
5. Our new magazine is out and it talks about the Internet of Things
6. The Economist launches first bilingual property
It only took them 171 years, but they've launched an app that features content in both English and Mandarin. Check it out, it's free for the first two months.
7. Plan for a crisis before a crisis
8. Win a GoPro for pics of Singapore
Got a camera? Believe you can capture Singapore's diversity? Join Getty's contest celebrating SG50.
9. Garissa University College massacre