Amazon to stop selling ANOTHER Google gadget in bitter tech feud?

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According to a report from Business Insider, Nest products won't be sold by e-commerce website Amazon.com to any further extent the moment existing stock sold out.

Nest subsequently chose to remove its current set of older products being sold via Amazon because it wants customers to be able to choose products from its entire portfolio of devices instead of having limited options.

Digital Trends reported that the Nest team was told at the end of 2017 that Amazon would not be selling their new products including the latest smart thermostat or Nest Cam IQ.

Citing that the order came from the top and had nothing to do with the quality of the product, it seems this move is an attempt for Amazon to better sell its smart home products. "Nest employees who were on the call ended the discussion under the impression that the decision had come from Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, although Amazon's retail team didn't explicitly say that at any point".

In response to Amazon's decision, Google Nest chose to leave Amazon altogether, opting to stop selling any of its products on the retail platform.

It's not clear yet whether third party sellers will still be allowed to sell Nest devices on Amazon.

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Amazon's decision to stop selling competing Google products reflects its dedication to making a name for itself the field of future computing platforms.

Google has removed YouTube from Amazon's Fire TV streaming products and the Echo Show / Spot, asserting that Amazon broke its terms of service with those executions of the YouTube app for its part in this disagreement.

It's last call for Google's Nest users to buy their products on Amazon.

Amazon has been developing its own smart home devices for a long time.

Amazon's retail team first told Nest that the newest devices will not be sold on the site late past year. Amazon continues to sell similar products from other manufacturers such as August, Lighthouse, etc. This includes thermostats, doorbells, and cameras.

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