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Google Announces Custom 'Live Cases' For Nexus 6, 5X, And 6P—Previously Leaked As Google Workshop

You might vaguely recall an exclusive post on AP a few years back about "Google Workshop." It was to be an online tool for creating custom cases for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013). Oh, those were the days. Well, it turns out Google Workshop is real, but they're called Live Cases now. You can pick up your very own custom Live Case for the Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, or Nexus 6P with a photo or stylized Maps screenshot for $35.

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PSA: Some Nexus 6P Cases Make It Super-Frustrating To Take Screenshots

Google has a number of neat case options in the Google Store for this year's Nexus phones. If you've been planning on picking up one of the official cases like the "Adopted" model, you might want to pay attention to the buttons. It actually makes taking a screenshot almost impossible. If you've already got one of the official cases and have thus far been under the impression you are losing your mind, you'll be happy to know it's not you.

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Google Is Apparently Curious If You Would Like To Turn Your OnHub Into A Paper Towel Holder

OnHub is Google's attempt at a router that's easy to set up and, unlike most others, pretty enough to leave out in the open. But it could be prettier. Rather than roll out new hardware this early in the game, Google seems to be interested in producing new cases—or shells—to replace the blue one that comes with the device.

At least one person has completed a Google Opinion Rewards survey (Google's way of acquiring user feedback in exchange for Play Store credit) asking questions about the OnHub. Particularly, would you be interested in purchasing one of three potential shells, and what price would you consider reasonable?

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PSA: Many Third-Party Nexus 6P Cases Appear To Block The Laser Autofocus

It's been barely 24 hours since the Nexus 6P was officially unveiled, but already you can order dozens of cases from Amazon for the phone you won't even have for weeks. Case manufacturers have perfected the art of churning out cases for phones based on pre-release leaks. Well, I should say almost perfected. It looks like many of the third-party cases currently listed on Amazon for the Nexus 6P will block the laser autofocus port.

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Cases And Charging Cables For Nexus 5X And Nexus 6P Are Now Live On The Google Store

A couple of hours ago Google officially announced the Nexus 5X and the Nexus 6P, which are now both live on the Google Store. If you were able to pre-order one of these phones, you're probably wondering what accessories are going to be available. Well you don't have to wait at all to find out, because Google already has quite a few cases and cables on the Google Store for both devices. I'm going to cut right to the chase and dump all the information.

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Check Out Spigen's New Lineup Of Cases For The Just-Unveiled Galaxy Note 5 And Galaxy S6 Edge+ [Sponsored Post]

The Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ were just announced, but Spigen already has a slew of protective measures primed and ready for these new devices. Eight different models of case for both the Note 5 and S6E+ are available, with each catering to a particular need.

Spigen's newest lines, the Neo Hybrid Carbon, Neo Hybrid Crystal, and Rugged Armor all offer advanced protection for your Note 5 and S6 Edge+, and look good doing it.

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Nexpaq Modular Phone Case More Than Triples Kickstarter Goal, Seems Marginally More Plausible Than A Modular Phone

There have been a few Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaigns lately that are pushing the idea of a modular phone similar to Google's Project Ara. These are devices designed by small teams of people without the engineering resources of Google, and if you'll forgive my pessimism, they sound like nonsense. Nexpaq is a somewhat more modest take on the modular phone. The modules plug into the Nexpaq case and you simply drop in your existing phone.

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HTC Will Now Sell You A Magic Cover For The Nexus 9, But Only In Coral Amethyst Color

The LTE Nexus 9 is finally on sale, and the Magic Cover for the tablet is breaking cover for the first time as well. This accessory was announced alongside the tablet, but has yet to go on sale anyplace. If you head to HTC's website, you can buy one starting today, but it's only available in the coral amethyst color.

2014-12-12 13_20_38-HTC America Online Store - Google Nexus 9 Magic Cover - Coral Amethyst

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[Deal Alert] Get HTC One M7 Custom Double Dip Case For $1, M8 Double Dip And Flip Cases For 75% Off, And 50% Off All Others

HTC's offering up a different deal every Tuesday, and this week you can get up to 75% off Double Dip and Double Dip Flip cases for the HTC One M8. Other protective accessories are going for 50% off.

The best deal is reserved for the HTC One M7, for which you can get a customized Double Dip cases for just $1. You can't engrave your name Moto-style, but you do get your choice of color for each of the three components.

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Whichever case you go for, the discount won't show up until you get to the checkout page. So while it may say the Double Dip case for the HTC One M8 will run you $29.99, the price will drop to $7.50 once you get ready to make the purchase.

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Nexus 6 Stand Cases By Case Mate Show Up In The Play Store, Listed As 'Coming Soon'

It's common for Google to drop a few accessories in the Play Store each time a new Nexus comes out, but they often don't ship until at least a few weeks after the device itself. Maybe by the time you get your hands on a Nexus 6 the newly listed cases (by Case Mate) will be shipping. The folio and clear case for Motorola's first Nexus are in the Play Store, but you can't order yet. Actually, they're both kind of ugly and expensive, so maybe you don't want to.

2014-11-06 13_41_01-Stand Folio Case for Nexus 6 - Devices on Google Play

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