Google is preventing YouTube from working on Amazon products like the FireTV and the Echo Show.
Google said it took action because Amazon doesn't carry Google hardware or let Google hardware stream Amazon Prime Video.
Google is preventing its YouTube video service from working on Amazon's line of hardware products, raising the stakes in a rivalry between two tech giants as their businesses increasingly overlap.
If Amazon isn't going to carry Google products like Home, it doesn't want YouTube available on Echo devices.
Google is raising the stakes in its tit-for-tat feud with Amazon: Today, the tech giant announced it will block access to YouTube on Amazon’s Fire TV starting January 1, and to Amazon’s Echo Show devices starting immediately. Google...
Google is pulling its popular YouTube video service from Amazon's Fire TV and Echo Show devices in an escalating feud that has caught consumers in the crossfire.
Google will block access to YouTube on Amazon's Fire TV from January 1, 2018, and on Echo Show effective immediately. If you fire up the YouTube application on the Fire TV right now, you are greeted with a notification that tells yo...