One of the Chrome browser's most prominent features may also be one of its most short-lived: according to Conceivably Tech, the search giant is looking into four different layouts, each with its own type of navigation. One of the lead contenders, the Compact style, ditches the URL bar in favour of just one line to house navigation buttons, a search button, tabs and menus. [Conceivably Tech]
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