Google has already made its intentions clear by blocking YouTube access from the Amazon Echo Show which is now being sold in the U.S. and can be described as an Alexa equipped Echo speaker with a 7inch display.
"Given this lack of reciprocity, we are no longer supporting YouTube on Echo Show and FireTV", the statement added. Techcruch reported that despite efforts on the part of Amazon, the search firm believes its rights continue to be violated because of changes to the way the software operates.
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Amazon does not sell the Google Home smart speaker or its streaming device, Chromecast, because they directly compete with Amazon's own products, Amazon Echo and Amazon Fire TV Stick.
Speaking to the BBC, Ben Wood from the CCS Insight tech consultancy said it was a "surprising turn of events in both respects". Now Google has been unhappy with Amazon using its YouTube service on its devices and this was the first step to make Amazon agree to its demands. "We hope to resolve this with Google as soon as possible", the online retailer said in a statement.
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"Google is setting a disappointing precedent by selectively blocking customer access to an open website". The Show, unveiled in May, lets you scan your calendar for things like appointments and view weather forecasts. They said that Google has been in talks with Amazon to ensure that both of its customers get access to each of their services irrespective of their platform.
"It should be about users of Google and Amazon, not Google and Amazon", a person familiar with Google's thinking told CNET.
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