Google snags PushLife, use it to push music to your Android Phone

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Google has acquired a mobile entertainment company PushLife, which has been developing a music app of its own for Android and BlackBerry platforms. PushLife offers one-click purchases from an integrated music store, an overview of tunes you have both on your smartphone and on your computer and automatically playlists syncing with iTunes or Windows Media Player Libraries. The Canadian stratup is believed to have cashed in to the tune of $25 million and will soon be shutting down its independent operations. Also soon: Google I/O 2011.

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