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Whether you're new to anime or already a harcore fan, there are two streaming services that you need to know: Crunchyroll and Funimation. One brings you subtitled simulcasts of shows currently airing in Japan, while the other provides dubbed versions of all-time favourites. Either way, you'll have more anime than you'll ever be able to watch. Let's see which one is best for your viewing pleasure.

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When you're coming up with your list of great gifts, web services probably aren't at the top of your list. But subscriptions can make a great gift for the right person who's unwilling to shell out the cash themselves. Here are some of the best subscriptions you can give.

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YouTube Video Deck helps power viewers keep up with their subscriptions in a multi-column layout that's straight out of TweetDeck's playbook. The app ties in to your existing subscriptions, so you'll need to follow content creators on YouTube first to be able to use the app.

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YouTube is home to lots of great videos and amazing channels, but if you want to enjoy them without spending all day on YouTube, it can be a bit of a hassle. Thankfully, it's not difficult to turn those videos into podcasts that you can get in iTunes or any other podcast manager you choose. Here's how.

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Adobe announced today that it no longer sells standalone copies of its Creative Suite software and will only offer updates to its Adobe Creative Cloud subscription service. That means CS6 is the last version of Creative Suite you can buy and download — if you want access to tools like Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign, you'll have to have an active subscription to get them.