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.
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Today, the front page of Google.com takes a rare journey into the commercial space as it has been turned into a really big front page ad for the company's Android 4.1-powered Nexus 7 tablet.
Two Microsoft security programs, Microsoft Forefront and Microsoft Security Essentials, briefly and mistakenly tagged Google.com to be infected with malware on Tuesday.