Amazon now sells a limited number of Nest products but they will be removed from the retail giant's website once all of the inventory has been sold. However, Google is quickly gaining ground by both adding new hardware products and better aligning existing ones.
Amazon has rekindled its feud with Google by refusing to sell newer smart home products that are made by Google-owned Nest. As a result, those Nest products that are now listed on Amazon are expected to be removed once their stocks run out.
Aside from nixing Google's phones and speakers, Amazon has yet to re-list its rival's Chromecast streaming device, after promising to restart sales of it in December.
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This is another chess move in the ongoing war between the two smart home giants. But, for now, it's safe to assume that if you would like to buy a Nest product in the future, you won't be able to buy it on Amazon. Right now, several Nest products are available with Prime shipping, but they're "fulfilled by Amazon" and actually being sold by other vendors.
It's now unclear whether consumers will be able to buy Nest's connected gadgets through third-party sellers on Amazon Marketplace.
The big G churns out everything from connected cameras to thermostats under the Nest banner.
Amazon holds a clear lead over other tech companies in the smart speaker marketplace.
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