You know what they say about the sincerest form of flattery and the beta of the upcoming Firefox 4 internet browser certainly shows more than a few user interface elements that show a distinct 'Chrome' influence. Here's a comparison between the two.
PC World - To put it nicely, the Firefox 4 beta's new user interface is a sincere form of flattery. Honoring the great tradition of "borrowing" other browsers' features, the next version of Firefox looks a lot like Google Chrome, with tabs moved above the navigation bar and a single button that replaces the menu bar. That doesn't mean the two browsers look and feel the same. Here's a breakdown of Firefox 4 beta's interface features and how they fares against Google Chrome:
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