When the big Nest rebranding hit Google, products like Home Hub were renamed Google Nest Hub, which confusingly differentiated them as separate from the "Home" series smart speakers they have more in common than anyone " Nest branded hardware Originally, all Google's "Home" branded products seemed to be changed to "Google Nest", but Google later confirmed to us that its speakers would not follow this change, apparently no one said to @madebygoogle Twitter account that.

The violent tweet on the mobile (above) and the desktop (further below).

In a Tweet that Google has already taken The company referred to its largest, most expensive and most powerful Assistant-powered smart speaker like "Nest Home Max", although actually actually is called Google Home Max. Fortunately the internet never forgets .

Yes, Phil S. & # 39; What is and Nest Home Max & quot; yes. 19659003] It may be a minor (if fun) point, but mistakes like these make a clear statement: If Google's social media leaders can't even follow the company's schizophrenic branding when it comes to Nest / Home smart speakers / monitors when it is their literal job how are consumers expected?