While phones like the Moto X let you issue voice commands without touching the device, they're still not ideal for driving; if you search for something on the web, you'll still have to take your eyes off the road to see the results. That could change in the near future, Android Police claims. Google is reportedly testing a new Android feature, nicknamed KITT, that would help you focus on your driving even as you scour the internet. When you're in a situation where you can't pay much attention to your phone, an always-on voice command system would walk you through every step of performing common tasks, whether you're searching the web or sending a text message. It would also read back more information than you get today -- a weather result would speak back the entire Google search card, rather than just the basic forecast.