Google changed the login page for Google Chrome
A few days ago I wrote on my foreign blog about a problem caused by the similarities between the user login page on Google and the browser login page. What I meant to say back then was that the user might not read the information on the page due to the similar colors and page alignment. Therefore, if I wanted to read my email from a different computer, and Google Chrome was freshly installed, than I could have entered my account details on the Chrome Login page and all of my data (cookies, passwords, history) could have been copied into that computer.
Needless to say, but Google figured out that the similarities between the two pages could be dangerous, so they created a far more simple login page for the browser. The information is clearer and the user is alerted properly that his information will be copied on the computer in use.