Personalize and Customize your device case

You can customize and personalize all the Zazzle device cases posted here.
Instructions
Click the image of the device case you like. If it's been designed with a monogram, name or message there'll usually be boxes where you can change them to say what you want.

Even if it hasn't got any, you can easily add the text you want by clicking the customize button you'll see. It's easy peasy! And you can change the color, style and size to suit your device with just a click!

Monday, 16 June 2014

blue purple line iPad mini cover

Cool patterned designs are Zeirnor's speciality with abstract ones thrown in for good measure. Here is one for an iPad Mini - maybe if it had your monogram or name on it, it would be perfect for you? Click to try it for yourself!


tagged with: abstract, abstract-pattern, lines, trendy, trendy-lines, multicolored, modern-line, stylish-pattern, line-layer

Trendy abstract lines with an unique looks that can be used on the product of your choice. You can also Customized it to get a more personally looks.

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Blue abstract cross galaxy SIII cases

Here's a patterned / abstract Samsung Galaxy protective case from Ziernor, one of Zazzle's great design stores. Click to try this one with your monogram and choose your model. Treat yourself or someone special, it is coming up to Christmas after all...


tagged with: abstract,kaleidoscope,pattern,multicolored,samsung,ziernor,phone,calling

A modern blue abstract cross pattern with a trendy and modern looks.

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Pink Polkadot Diagonal Monogram and Name iPad Mini Case

The PartyHearty store on Zazzle has some great personalizable monogram cases that not only protect your loved electronic devices - phones, tablets and e-book readers - but also look fantastic, too! Check this one out with your monogram initials, click the image to do it...


A beautiful, uber cute Hot pink, black and white personalized phone case for fashionably chic women. Personalize it with the first letter of your first or last name monogram style for a touch of YOU. This phone case has an eye catching half and half design with large pink polkadots on top and coordinating solid bright pink on the bottom, Split in half and divided diagonally in the center with a black and white stripe ribbon graphic and a double ringed circular tag. Add the girl's or lady's name if you wish in a stylish parisian font.You can easily change the color of the monogram letter to black by clicking the handy customize button, selecting the letter, and choosing a font color. If you need help, feel free to email me at quirkysue at hotmail dot com

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Sunflowers and Daisies

Cybercoat designs some great cases and protective covers for your electronic devices - phones, tablets and e-book readers. Check this one out - click to try it with your monogram and to choose your model...


Golden yellow sunflowers and white daisies pattern set on an electric sky blue background.

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Engadget Daily: inside the NBA finals, France scores with FIFA's new goal-line tech and more!

Gadget / Tech News

Today, we go behind the scenes at the 2014 NBA Finals, learn about Earin's truly wireless earbuds, relive France's controversial score with FIFA's goal-line technology and take a look at Airdog: a GoPro-equipped drone with a knack for sports action....
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iPad Mini - Fine Art Collection

Wishing Window KeychainHistoric Map - Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Tabula Spiral NotebookThree Boats on the Water Coffee Mugs

iPad Mini - Fine Art Collection

Coordinate your iPad look with other great gear featuring fine art. See a design you like? All other products with the same design are linked on each product's detail page. You know what to do... click the links or images :)

#collection #fineart

Stylish Purple & Gray Ostrich Leather Look iPad Folio Cases

DizzyDebbie is a leading designer on Zazzle for all sorts of device cases. Here's one from her Faux Material series. Maybe one with your monogram or name on it would be perfect for you or as a gift? Click to try it for yourself!


tagged with: faux leather, ostrich, ostrich leather look, ostrich skin pattern, elegant, custom, purple, gray, stylish, colorful

Elegant iPad folio case, with digital graphics of purple ostrich skin leather. A silver gray colored ostrich skin band, stretches across the middle of the case. Text in purple, on the front, is ready to personalize for yourself or as a great gift idea. Great way to get that expensive chic ostrich look at a fraction of the price.

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Nokia Lumia 630 4.5 inch Sim Free Windows Smartphone - Black

Amazon UK Most Popular

This product has been chosen from among the most popular, most wished for and most gifted items in Amazon UK's Electronics Department. (Prices valid on day of posting.)
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Nokia Lumia
Nokia Lumia 630 4.5 inch Sim Free Windows Smartphone - Black
by Nokia
(5)
Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 May 2014

Buy new: £128.37
18 used & new from £124.98

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Designers create a Faraday-cage cloak to foil NSA, other spies

Tech / gadget news

The Amazing Monochrome Signal-Blocking Dreamcoat (or so we would have named it).

Storing phones in odd places has become a favorite practice of those afraid of spies infiltrating their devices. National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden famously asked visitors in Hong Kong to stash their phones in a refrigerator. And it's not an unfounded fear: it is theoretically possible for even a phone that is powered off to be actively listening.

Tools for combating surveillance have become a new frontier for design experimentation. The latest is from the Austrian design firm Coop Himmelb(l)au and looks very much like a large Snuggie made from a comforter that also happens to block radio signals.

The futuristic Gandalf cloak, dubbed the CHBL Jammer Coat, operates as a kind of Faraday cage and uses "metallized fabrics" to block radio waves and tracking devices that might, for instance, lift credit card info from RFID chips. The coat is part of an exhibition of "work clothes" for the Milan Triennale that will run from June through August.

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Modern abstract pattern iPad mini retina cover

Cool patterned designs are Zeirnor's speciality with abstract ones thrown in for good measure. Here is one for an iPad Mini - maybe if it had your monogram or name on it, it would be perfect for you? Click to try it for yourself!


tagged with: trendy, modern, multicolored, decorative, unique, strange, different

a colorful trendy pattern for an unique and modern look You can also Customized it to get a more personally looks.

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Personalized Black White Stripes Pattern Executive iPhone 5 Covers

The PartyHearty store on Zazzle has some great personalizable monogram cases that not only protect your loved electronic devices - phones, tablets and e-book readers - but also look fantastic, too! Check this one out with your monogram initials, click the image to do it...


Here's an eyecatching design in classic black and white! A dramatic classic vertical striped background pattern with a black ribbon strip graphic with a place to add your own name and a double ringed circle tag where you can add your initials. Very modern and professional style suitable for both men and women.

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Five Bold Stripes on Dark Green

Cybercoat designs some great cases and protective covers for your electronic devices - phones, tablets and e-book readers. Check this one out - click to try it with your monogram and to choose your model...


Five bold wide stripes in cyan, olive, magenta, yellow, and gray set on a dark green background. The background color can be changed. So hit the Customize it button a play with the colors!

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Born to Tumble Neon Gymnastics iPhone 4 Case

Pinkowlz creates some amazing designs for all sorts of device cases. Maybe one with your monogram or name on it would be perfect for you? Click to try it for yourself!


tagged with: gymnastics, neon, born to tumble, born 2 tumble, tumble, neon pink, neon blue, neon yellow, gymnast, women's gymnastics

This NEON gymnastics iPhone 4 case has the text, "Born to Tumble" with a gymnast on it. All of it is in neon style so that it looks like it's glowing. The writing is in pink, yellow, and blue neon styles and the gymnast is in white. The border at the top and bottom has a terrific neon pink, green, and blue dots pattern.

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Apple Blossom in Spring iPhone 4 Cases

Click the image to try this flower design with your name or initials... This is one of my (HightonRidley's) designs and I hope you like it :)


tagged with: hrflo1, better things to come, good fortune, spring, bloom, flora, apple blossom, trees, tree blossoms, white blossom

Floral series

An apple blossom flower with delicate white petals and orange-tipped stamen, heavy with pollen. In the language of flowers, apple blossom indicates better things to come or good fortune.

All items with this image
All items in the Floral series

Image code: hrflo1

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The history of Android: The endless iterations of Google’s mobile OS

Tech / gadget news

Android's home screen over the years.
Ron Amadeo

Android has been with us in one form or another for more than six years. During that time, we've seen an absolutely breathtaking rate of change unlike any other development cycle that has ever existed. When it came time for Google to dive in to the smartphone wars, the company took its rapid-iteration, Web-style update cycle and applied it to an operating system, and the result has been an onslaught of continual improvement. Lately, Android has even been running on a previously unheard of six-month development cycle, and that's slower than it used to be. For the first year of Android’s commercial existence, Google was putting out a new version every two-and-a-half months.

Google's original introduction of Android, from way back in November 2007.

The rest of the industry, by comparison, moves at a snail's pace. Microsoft updates its desktop OS every three to five years, and Apple is on a yearly update cycle for OS X and iOS. Not every update is created equally, either. iOS has one major design revision in seven years, and the newest version of Windows Phone 8 looks very similar to Windows Phone 7. On Android, however, users are lucky if anything looks the same this year as it did last year. The Play Store, for instance, has had five major redesigns in five years. For Android, that's normal.

Looking back, Android's existence has been a blur. It's now a historically big operating system. Almost a billion total devices have been sold, and 1.5 million devices are activated per day—but how did Google get here? With this level of scale and success, you would think there would be tons of coverage of Android’s rise from zero to hero. However, there just isn’t. Android wasn’t very popular in the early days, and until Android 4.0, screenshots could only be taken with the developer kit. These two factors mean you aren’t going to find a lot of images or information out there about the early versions of Android.

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