Google's NEXUS ONE and the monkey business of catching your spouse in flagrante delicto

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard that Google has released its new phone, the Nexus One, which is supposed to challenge the I-Phone for market share, and to a lesser extent, the Blackberry.
Naturally, given all the free time I have and the lack of a life, I found myself with disposable moments to ponder a divorce angle for the Nexus One’s release. I didn’t have to think too hard; especially after I read this post.¬†I especially liked this quote:

With Android 2.1 and the 1Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, the Nexus One Google phone is the packed with a lot of good stuff including Facebook integration and Google Maps Navigation.

Now. Admittedly. I don’t know what this guy is talking about when he references “Android 2.1 and the 1Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.” But I can tell you this: With more and more couples using technology and social networking as a way to catch cheating spouses in the act, I am thinking seriously, that the Nexus one is the phone for married folks who know their spouse can’t be trusted.¬† Especially due to the “Facebook integration and Google Maps Navigation” component of the phone. You now will be able to pinpoint the adulterous trysts with greater precision, and with the Facebook component, well, as far as evidentiary strength of your evidence? Scale of one to ten? I’m thinking eleven.
So there you have it. The Nexus One and divorce. A marriage made in divorce heaven.