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It can be frustrating when you get a brand new phone, and it's so thin and slick and beautiful, but you have to put a case on it, because it will be scratched within seconds if you don't. Well, LG has unveiled a self-healing cover. Those light scratches you get all over the back of your phone go away within minutes.

If you're someone who gives a lot of presentations, but it could also come in handy to show everyone that video of your kid running in for a touchdown, or the latest viral video. Say hello to the Aiptek Mobile Cinema I-55. This is a projector with a built-in battery back. It weighs five-and-a-half ounces and plugs right in to your iPhone. It will project a five-foot image and comes in just under $300.

If you loved Bat-Kid's touching story, and maybe have a little superhero dream of your own, here's the first step. A fully street-legal Batmobile is up for auction. It's a replica of the Michael-Keaton-Era Batmobile, complete with a flame thrower. The original Batmobile sold earlier this year for several million dollars. So, to get this replica for somewhere around $150,000 sounds like a bargain.

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