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Amazon leaves mysterious giant orange locker in downtown SF

Why is there a car-size storage locker in a San Francisco tourist area? It turns out the locker is part of a promotion with Nissan.

By May. 15, 2014

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Microsoft takes aim at Google with Xbox Music cloud locker -- report

Redmond is staying mum on possible plans, but did say it's constantly working on ways to improve Xbox Music.

By May. 12, 2014

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Staples and RadioShack pull Amazon lockers from stores

The brick-and-mortar stores have removed the lockers used for temporarily storing purchases for Amazon customers, Bloomberg reports.

By Sep. 18, 2013

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Get 50GB of AT&T Locker cloud storage for free

The service gives you a home for your music, movies, and photos, which you can upload and access via your smartphone or tablet. But it's a little buggy.

By Jul. 17, 2013

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Robotics students build automated locker for special-needs peer

A student with muscular dystrophy could not open his own school locker, so two robotics students stepped up to build an automated opener to give him a hand.

By May. 6, 2013

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Walmart to test product locker system at stores

Walmart says it will test out a new locker system that lets shoppers buy goods online and pick them up in stores.

By Mar. 26, 2013

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Google acquires BufferBox, provider of delivery lockers

The Canadian startup could help Google build out its e-commerce efforts.

By Nov. 30, 2012

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Amazon lockers on their way to Staples stores -- report

The lockers allow customers to pick up products they buy on Amazon.com, rather than worry about them sitting outside their front doors while at work.

By Nov. 6, 2012

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Amazon reportedly delivers Lockers service to San Francisco

The company already offers its Lockers, the e-retail giant's answer to Best Buy's in-store pickup, in New York City, the Washington, D.C., area, and Seattle.

By Aug. 7, 2012

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MP3tunes.com locker service files for bankruptcy (exclusive)

Legal costs piled up over four years as the music service defended itself against a copyright suit from EMI that proved to be too much, says founder Michael Robertson.

By May. 10, 2012