Officially, the red bulletin on the search for Zhelyaz Andreev from Interpol has been dropped. He announced this at a briefing at the Council of Ministers.
Andreev was an employee at an American call center in Bulgaria.
South Morning China Post, Zen Soo, Sarah Dai, Meng Jing
Today’s iPhone has 100,000 times the processing power of the Apollo computer that landed humankind on the moon 50 years ago while costing a tiny fraction of the Nasa machine. This is down to Moore’s Law, the observation by one of the founders of Intel, a chip maker, that computing power doubles every two years.
Quartz, Justin Rohrlich, Tim Fernholz
On Aug. 21, Pengyi Li walked to his gate at Honolulu International Airport, ready to board a flight to Hong Kong. Before he could get on the plane, federal agents arrested the 33-year-old Chinese national. Authorities say Li thought the bag of export-controlled electronics he had in his possession had come from rogue US brokers.
Financial Times, Demetri Sevastopulo
The Pentagon is compiling a list of companies with ties to the Chinese military as part of a stepped-up Trump administration effort to stop Beijing from obtaining sensitive technologies and protect US defence supply chains.