As more and more U.S. states enact hands-free mobile phone laws (we're at six so far, mostly in the Northeast), it's not a bad idea to buy a Bluetooth accessory for your phone.
I've never been a fan of Bluetooth headsets--though they're great for conference calls while telecommuting, I'm not a big walk-and-talk guy--but I've always thought car speakers were a different story.
On Monday, BlueAnt introduced the S4, which it calls the "first true hands-free, voice-controlled Bluetooth car speakerphone." At first glance, the claim seems silly--the point of a car speakerphone is that it's hands-free. But BlueAnt is bringing its signature voice-activated technology (seen on its Q1 headset) to the vehicle, so you really, truly don't have to touch anything.
Read more of "BlueAnt debuts S4, first voice-activated Bluetooth car speaker" at ZDNet's The ToyBox.