Google Inc. announced Monday that it has reached an agreement to acquire PushLife, a Canadian mobile application developer. The deal will give Google access to PushLife’s synchronization technology, which can create automated synchs between wireless devices and computer content such as music. “hile it's not clear what purpose PushLife will serve, it's pretty easy to guess how the technology could tie in to Google's rumored music service,” PC World reported Monday. “Google could be giving music buffs the wireless music syncing that iTunes notoriously lacks. But let's take this a step further: a key component of Google Music, rumors suggest, will be a digital music locker that lets users store all their songs online.” PushLife’s staff will join Google’s engineering team in Canada, the companies said. The financial details of the agreement were not available Monday.