According to Business Insider, Nest's employees were informed via a conference call at the end of previous year that the retail giant would not be listing its newest products - which include a smart doorbell - on its site.
After Amazon's decision to stop selling new Nest products, Nest announced that it would no longer sell any of its products via Amazon once current inventory sells out.
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.
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Amazon is poised to take its competition with Google to the next level, as it looks to stop selling the Google Nest line of smart home devices.
It's not clear yet whether third party sellers will still be allowed to sell Nest devices on Amazon. As a result, those Nest products that are now listed on Amazon are expected to be removed once their stocks run out. The tech giants are racing to become the leader in this market, as both are building AI-powered voice operating systems, which are increasingly seen as a key channel for reaching consumers in the home.
Nest's view is that they would either like to sell their entire product portfolio, or nothing at all, and hence they won't be restocking products after they're sold out from this point on.
Smart home appliances are a burgeoning industry in the U.S. Amazon and its competitors have invested heavily in developing new products and streamlining existing offerings.
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