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Amazon set to ban Google and Apple video streaming devices

Amazon set to ban Google and Apple video streaming devices

Amazon is all set to stop the sale of Google and Amazon devices that are used to video streaming. As its prime focus will be on selling its own Prime Instant Video streaming service. Prime Video is basically an important part of Amazon’s $99 loyalty membership program scenario.  The devices will be sold on Amazon site and will work with Prime video as explained by Company on Thursday. As it is very vital for Prime Video Streaming devices to interact with Prime Video so as to avoid any confusion. Fact comes that along with its Amazon’s Fire TV it will be selling other company’s prime video streaming devices on its sites but not of Google and Apple apparently. Thus Apple TV and Chromecast will not be sold thereon.  Amazon is a Seattle based company that is rapidly expanding its global market under Prime video service and having deals with NBCUniversal’s Drama  “Mr. Robot” and is also having a multiyear license agreement with CBS. This Step taken by Amazon is clearly for its Fire TV’s upgraded value and share in global market. Although Apple Inc. and Google Inc. has not responded on the follow up comments yet.

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