A Chinese space station may come back down to earth soon. Scientists are not sure where it might hit. The station might also burn up before it hits the ground.
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For over a week, the City of Atlanta's computer systems have been under attack. The computer files have been taken over by criminals who want over $50,000 to allow the computers to work again.
Apple wants new emojis to represent people with disabilities. The company says right now there are no emojis to represent people who are blind, deaf, or cannot walk.
Clocks all over Europe have been running up to six minutes slow recently. Why? The surprising answer is because Serbia and Kosovo are not getting along.
Alexa, a computer voice meant to give people help, has been scaring them instead. People say their Amazon devices have been making a scary laughing sound when they don't expect it.
Scientists have found a huge group of penguins on islands near Antarctica. They did not expect to find the penguins there. They used computers and drones to help find them.
Doctors and teachers are saying that children who spend a lot of time on tablets are having trouble holding pencils. They are also having trouble doing other small jobs with their hands.
Some people were excited that there was a new emoji for a lobster. But the picture of the lobster didn't have the right number of legs. Now it does.
Pablo Picasso is one of the most famous artists in the world. Now scientists have used x-rays to uncover secrets in one of Picasso's famous paintings.