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  • Google’s BufferBox Expands Its Shipping Kiosk Service For Parcel Pickups To San Francisco

    Google’s BufferBox Expands Its Shipping Kiosk Service For Parcel Pickups To San Francisco

    Last year, Google acquired Waterloo-based startup BufferBox, which provides shipping locker service to make it easy to get things delivered reliably even when you’re not sure where you’ll be when they’re arriving. The startup built its service on the idea that people never want to see another missed delivery door tag ever again, and began rolling out availability in Toronto… Read More

  • Dash Express Looking for Beta Testers

    The Dash Express is an Internet-connected GPS device with cellular and and WiFi built-in. It essentially “talks” to other Dash devices and informs other users of traffic issues and allows for point of interest search. You can even send GPS directions to your unit from the house. They’re looking for nation-wide road testers to rock out with the Dash Express for the summer… Read More

  • Express' Play List Jacket: Is That an iPod in Your Pocket?

    Pseudo fashion clothier Express will release the iPod-compatible Play List Jacket later this month. Just like every other iPod-compatible article of clothing, it has a slot to fit your music player and built-in buttons to control the tunes. And of course, the jacket is “contemporary” and “elegant.” Fancy iPod man jackets cost $248. Awesome, you already dress like a tool… Read More

  • SanDisk Sansa Express Vs. Apple iPod Shuffle


    SanDisk is gunning for the Apple iPod Shuffle and it’s lookin’ good. The Sansa Express comes out of the corner clobbering with a direct USB connection, OLED display, integrated FM tuner, voice recorder via the built-in microphone, 1GB of internal memory and a microSD slot for expansion. Battery life is slated at 15 hours and with a $59.99 retail price you can definitely see it… Read More