Google drops YouTube of Amazon’s Fire TV, the Echo Show

File photo: People are silhouetted as they pose with mobile devices in front of a screen projected with a Youtube logo, in this picture illustration in Zenica October 29, 2014. (REUTERS/dado Ruvic)

Google is pulling YouTube from Amazon’s Echo Show, and Fire TV devices through the online retailer’s refusal to take certain products from the search company.

In the pulling of the YouTube support, Google said its own products, Google Home page, and Chromecast, are not available for sale on Amazon. Last month, the e-commerce giant also stopped the sale of certain products of Nest, a company under Google’s older Alphabet.

“Based on the absence of reciprocity, we are no longer supporting YouTube on the Echo Show, and Fire TV,” Google said in an e-mail on Tuesday.

According to Bloomberg, Google is pulling the plug on YouTube for an Ultrasound on Tuesday, and the end of the Fire TV support on Jan. 1.

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So Google’s feud with Amazon, are my living room. Got this screen when I launched YouTube on my Amazon Fire TV.

Cornell Ngare (@cngare_)
5 December 2017

Google and Amazon are a bunch of children hurting their mutual customers

— Tom Warren (@tomwarren)
5 December 2017

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