The brick-and-mortar stores have removed the lockers used for temporarily storing purchases for Amazon customers, Bloomberg reports.
The Canadian startup could help Google build out its e-commerce efforts.
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.
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.
MeCanto lets you upload your entire music library, then stream it to your Android or Symbian S60 phone. Psonar gives you backup and lets you upload and download content to and from your mobile phones.
Apple's first attempt to launch a music locker service based on Lala technology reportedly was rejected by copyright owners who wanted more money.
According to MP3tunes.com CEO Michael Robertson, the answer is "yes" if EMI prevails in its copyright case against his company.
Walmart says it will test out a new locker system that lets shoppers buy goods online and pick them up in stores.
You'll soon be able to buy your goods on eBay and pick them up from Argos -- or have them delivered within the hour.
In a "friend of the court" brief, the US solicitor general says Aereo is breaking copyright law, but that doesn't mean other cloud services are.