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Google Buys Mobile Entertainment Platform Pushlife

April 8th, 2011 04:48 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


Google has acquired Canadian mobile entertainment startup Pushlife for close to $25 million dollars, Startup North is reporting. And indeed by the looks of its homepage, it seems like the startup, which enabled you to port iTunes, etc to a non-Apple phones has been gobbled up by the search engine in its attempts to move beyond search.

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Source: Google Buys Mobile Entertainment Platform Pushlife

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