Toronto – Google (NASD: GOOG) has acquired mobile entertainment publisher
PushLife for a reported $25 million, according to Startup North.

Founded in
2008, Canada-based PushLife operates a mobile music streaming service that lets
users sync songs stored on their computers with their smartphones.

The PushLife
team will be joining Google’s engineering team in Canada, according to a note
on the company’s website.

Google is expected to launch a digital music offering
some time in the near future, and reportedly has already been testing the
service internally among employees.


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