The war is going on
05/03/18 at 16:06
Endless Story: Amazon and Google keep writing it daily. Today, the Business Insider website claims that Nest products will no longer be marketed on the titanium site of online sales.
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Amazon vs Google: Act VIII, Scene 12. Today, we are still witnessing a muscular battle between the two behemoths of the Web. Indeed, the Business Insider website reveals that Amazon has contacted Nest to indicate that the next products launched by the former young shoot will not be marketed on its e-commerce platform. An affront to Nest – recently passed under the thumb of Google – who retorted by telling Amazon that if that were the case, then Nest would no longer supply stocks of its products already marketed on Amazon. Thus, when Nest Cam, Nest Cam Outdoor and other connected thermostats of the sign will be exhausted on the Amazon site, these products will disappear completely from the catalog. If this information is not confirmed by any of the parties, according to Business Insider sources, the decision would come "from the very top"; suggesting that it could come from Jeff Bezos himself. This withdrawal, first initiated by Amazon and then concretized by Nest, was predictable. Indeed, we recently learned the acquisition of Ring by Amazon, a start-up specialized in connected security just like Nest, which is no longer an independent subsidiary of Alphabet (the parent company of Google), but now belongs to the Mountain View firm. In addition, Amazon has always forbidden to sell products of its competitors – Google Home does not appear on the site of the king of e-commerce, just like smartphones Pixel elsewhere. In addition, this new episode comes shortly after the removal of ChromeCast on the site of Amazon; episode that had followed the withdrawal of YouTube (initiated by Google) on the Amazon Echo Show and Fire TV. So many anecdotes that testify to a real ping-pong insidious between the two giants of the Web. What should we expect next months between the two giants?
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