Amazon will sell Google Chromecast and Apple TV.
Amazon.com Inc. will start the sale of Google Cromecast and Apple TV competing against its fire TV, in its online store, an Amazon spokesperson said on Thursday.
The e-commerce giant had removed the video-streaming devices from its website in 2015. The company had then explained the movement by saying that it wanted to avoid confused customers who could wait for their service from the first video that will be available in the devices sold by Amazon.
“We are in productive talks with Amazonas to reach an agreement for the benefit of our mutual clients, and we hope we can reach an agreement to resolve these problems soon,” a Google spokesman said.
Google’s Alphabet Inc. last week said it locks YouTube from Echo and Amazon’s Fire TV devices.
However, Apple has said last week that the first video will come to Apple TV.
Sienaiti registered in the Amazon platform for the first time back to Apple TV and Google Chromecast devices.
Amazon eliminates the device competitor from its online streaming store at the end of 2015. At that time, the company claimed it wanted to “avoid customer confusion” due to the sales streamer that could not work well with its first Amazon service original program, including ‘The Man in the High Castle’ and ‘Transparent’. But last week, Apple TV finally started working on the basis of an early return of the Amazon device. com, adding video first.
Richard Nieva contributed to this story. Published on December 14, 10:33 AM PT.
Update, 2:02 p.m. Pacific Time: Google statement adds.
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