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Google recently announced through a blog post that they have implemented malware detection in Chrome, it's currently available in the "Canary" builds for users who want to test this functionality.
Google is apparently testing a new design of all its websites with its latest "Canary" build of their Chrome browser that gets rid of the familiar black navigation bar on top of its sites.
The latest Canary build of Google Chrome has a feature that allows you to see which tab is playing audio to exclude tabs that Chrome discards when memory runs out.