It’s January 2018, which means you already need to fix a major tech problem, one that you knew was coming.
Google announced about a month ago that it would cut YouTube access on January 1st on Amazon devices that can play YouTube videos, including Amazon Echo and Fire TV. Luckily, there’s a fix for that.
“We’ve been trying to reach agreement with Amazon to give consumers access to each other’s products and services,” Google said in a statement in early December.
In an escalating tit-for-tat spat between Google and Amazon, the internet search giant on Tuesday began blocking certain Amazon devices from accessing YouTube, and announced the list will grow starting next month.
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, which owns YouTube, and Amazon are going to war over streaming services and plenty more. YouTube is also disappearing again from Amazon’s Echo Show video device.
The Turkish government has lifted its ban on major streaming video community YouTube, the country announced today. YouTube, along with many other social media sites, was placed on a block list more than two months ago after leaked v...