Why are there 1024 MB in a GB?

In computers, everything is stored in binary (base 2). … So computer engineers used the term gigabyte to denote 1024 megabytes (as well as megabyte for 1024 kilobytes and kilobyte for 1024 bytes), because it was more convenient. Technically speaking it was incorrect, since kilo means 1000 and not 1024.

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