The Goods: April 2006 Twelve of the month's hottest new gadgets, from voice-activated GPS to cooking with RFID By Joe Brown; photos John B. Carnett March 21, 2006 Uncategorized SHARE Click here to launch the slideshow. Fully Custom Kicks Soccer players change the spikes on their cleats based on the turf. These shoes let them go one step further. The insoles attach directly to the spikes and can be swapped to alter the stiffness of the shoe. Adidas +F50 Tunit $170; adidas.com The Remote that Surfs the Web This universal remote downloads a free program guide from the Web by Wi-Fi. It also displays news and weather on the 1.95-inch screen. Acoustic Research Wi-Q $300; rca.com MORE TO READ RELATED Dam reservoirs may be much bigger sources of carbon emissions than we thought We thought dams were good for the environment, but they may actually release immense amounts of carbon. READ NOW RELATED Kids age 12 to 15 can now get vaccinated in the US Ahead of the upcoming school year, a new... RELATED Ask Us Anything: Why can’t we see more colors? Other animals see many more than we do.