An Amazon spokeswoman said on Thursday the standard Google Chromecast video streaming stick, along with the Ultra model that can stream 4K video, will return to Amazon's online store. CNET was first to report the products' return.
Amazon began promoting Chromecasts on its website, though they were listed as "currently unavailable" on Thursday afternoon.
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The company stopped sales of the items over two years ago as they were seen as being in direct competition with its own Fire TV range. However, we did spot the 32GB Apple TV available on Amazon Australia and on Amazon UK.
Access to YouTube on the Echo Show speaker with a screen was blocked December 5, while Google has said it planned to end YouTube support for the Fire TV set-top-box January 1.
Alphabet Inc's Google said last week it would block YouTube from Amazon's Echo and Fire TV devices in the latest round of a long running spat between the two tech giants.
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"We are in productive discussions with Amazon to reach an agreement for the benefit of our mutual customers", a Google spokesperson said Thursday.
Google and Apple did not immediately respond to requests for comment. "We hope we can reach an agreement to resolve these issues soon".
Google recently hinted that it would be bringing Nest into the Google hardware fold more closely, which can only serve to rub salt in Amazon's wounds.
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Several months later, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said the decision stemmed from the streaming boxes not supporting Amazon Prime Video.