Sprint just announced they'll be adding anti-distracted driving software to every new Android phone they sell. It will do battle with the phone's pro-distracted driving software more commonly referred to as all the other software on the phone.
So what does the software actually do?
Does it disable all the other functions, give you a simple numeric display of the number you dial, and maybe even come with an accessory kit with some sort of tether to keep you from manipulating the phone in all sorts of directions?
That would be cool. Also, it should drop your calls when you go under a overpass or bridge.