Google Halts Push for Chrome Address Bar to Simply Display Domain Name

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Google Halts Push for Chrome Address Bar to Simply Display Domain Name

Google has halted its experiment of simply showing Chrome users the domain name of the website they are visiting. The trial, which began in August, randomly assigned users to see if it could assist users to recognize phishing sites.

Starting with Chrome 90, if a user does not choose the protocol to use while visiting a website, Chrome will attempt to use HTTPS first before reverting to HTTP.

Google’s augmented reality Measure app was killed off earlier this week, according to Android Police. If one goes to its listing without being signed into an account that has the app installed, they will get a “Not Found” error.

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