Week in Numbers: Buzz, botnets and batteries
Google backtracks on Buzz twice, the Kneber botnet affects 75,000 systems, and more numbers from this week in the IT world.
It was more good news for mobile phone companies this week at the Mobile World Conference held in Barcelona, while YouTube's five-year birthday was cause for celebration at Google - and it could use some good news, after scores of complaints about Buzz.
Last but not least, Steve Jobs hit back at Adobe in the latest development in the Apple/Adobe saga.
Two - the number of times Google made changes to its new Buzz social networking tool after public backlash over privacy concerns.
Five - the years YouTube has been online. The company celebrated its domain purchase anniversary on 14 February.
80 - the per cent of battery life that would be reduced in the iPad with Adobe Flash, Steve Jobs said this week.
75,000 - the number of computers the Kneber botnet has infected, according to security firm NetWitness.
Two million - the amount of dollars donated by Google to the Wikimedia Foundation, the organisation behind Wikipedia.
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