Android phone users can now use their phones to read the news for them; the “Talking RSS Reader” application integrates with Google Reader, fetches articles from subscriptions, and read them out using text-to-speech. The text of the sentence currently being spoken is colored on the screen. Speech and text scrolling’re synchronized. The touchscreen buttons to skip articles’re right at the bottom corners of the screen, where your fingers can find them on their own. Menus and dialogs’re also spoken out, so that you can "star" an item or choose a different RSS feed without ever having to look at your phone, announced.
More info: Talking RSS Reader