Are you constantly bumping into things while you text and walk? Samsung may have inadvertently solved your problem. The tech giant is introducing a suite of new usability tech for it's GALAXY Core Advance, and they may pull double duty for those of us who are a bit too wrapped up in their phones.
The Ultrasonic Cover sends out radar waves that can detect objects or people from up to two meters away, then vibrates your phone to let you know something is there. Great for the visually impaired, and also great for anyone who has bonked into a street sign while refreshing Instagram. They are also introducing an Optical Scan Stand (pictured above), which can read text and speak it aloud for anyone who is visually impaired. This would definitely be ideal for people who are more auditory learners, or suffer from dyslexia.
Evan Scott Schwartz is the Tech editor for Supercompressor. PSA: Stop checking your cell phone the minute you get out of the subway station — you're blocking traffic, dummy.