All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘BufferBox’

Google Expands BufferBox Throughout San Francisco

Google announced on Monday that it is expanding its BufferBox pilot in San Francisco. BufferBox is a locker service, which has already been available in Toronto. Google acquired it last November, and eventually started testing the service in the San Francisco area. Here’s one at Coffee Bar, which co-founder Mike McCauley shared in April: First @bufferbox pickup in SF! BOOM!! …

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Google Puts A BufferBox Locker In A San Francisco Coffee Bar

Back in November, news came out that Google acquired BufferBox, a locker service for people receiving packages from online retailers. A Google spokesperson said at the time, “We want to remove as much friction as possible from the shopping experience, while helping consumers save time and money, and we think the BufferBox team has a lot of great ideas around …

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Google Acquires BufferBox Locker Service

It looks like Google is picking up the pace on acquisitions again. Sure, one of them wasn’t real, but earlier this week, there was one legitimate Google acquisition announcement with news that the company has acquired Incentive Targeting. Now, news is out that Google has acquired BufferBox, a locker service for people getting packages from online retailers. A post on …

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