After trying many other things, none of which have worked, I finally got this Idea and so far, it has worked amazingly. My thought was that none of my USB devices have this problem, and on closer inspection, the USB cables all had much thicker jackets (rubber coating on the wire) on them.
Step 1: What You Will Need......
Sharpie (optional, but recommended)
Step 2: Step 1 - Cut Off the Tops of the Straws...
Step 3: Step 2 - Camouflage (optional)
For visual's sake, I did not for this instructable.
Step 4: Step 3 - Cut the Straws
A.) If you want the cable to be rigid, insert the scissors into the mouth of the straw and cut lenthwise. When you are done, it should still be in one piece just with a slit down its belly.
B.) If you prefer the wire to be somewhat flexable still, similarly insert the scissors into the mouth of the straw, but this time, do so on an angle and cut it in a spiral all the way to the other end. When you are done, it should still be in one piece, but will resemble a spring of sorts.
Personally, I have done a bit of both as I do not need the entirety to be flexible, but would like the part closest to me to be.
Step 5: Step 4 - Apply to the Cable
I used about 1/4" of tape on each end.
For example if this is your tape [====] wrap it as such:
The row of "I"s of course represents the straw. by applying the tape this way, t should force it to overlap itself securing it better.
Repeat this process as many times as you need to cover the length of the cable.