Google bolsters content strategy with PushLife buy

04/11/2011 | PCWorld Business Center

Google has acquired PushLife, a Canadian developer of digital-music applications, for an undisclosed sum. PushLife's technology enables a user to synchronize content between a PC and an Android, Symbian or BlackBerry device. The acquisition may add credence to rumors that Google is close to launching a digital-music service.

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