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Amazon Will Stop Selling Google's "Nest"


Amazon decided not to sell any of the newer products from Google's smart home division Nest. Amazon currently sells a limited number of Nest products, but those will disappear from the site after it sells the inventory it has left. Nest decided to no longer work with Amazon selling the limited number of products it was selling on the site. Amazon's move heats up its war with Google over the future of the smart home. The two are also battling over video devices and services.

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