The News: Sunday, September 6 Edition Beth Snyder September 6, 2015 News What a ridiculously busy week! I only worked one day, but there were approximately 9,000 things that needed to be taken care of around the house. Plus, I’m doing a craft show tomorrow that I just found out details on yesterday due to a serious breakdown in communication. And it’s a holiday. And in a few minutes my sister is picking me up to go visit my dad, who hopefully will be having a good day. And I’ve been up to my ears in fresh produce that needed to be used, but the temperature skyrocketed so cooking has been something special in my non-air conditioned house. But hey… You’re getting the affiliate news roundup at the proper time this week, so that’s something! KitGuru gets us going with the Amkov AMK5000S Sports Action Camera TechnologyX tries on a pair of Jabra Sport Coach Wireless Earbuds Benchmark Reviews hooks up with the EnGenius ENS1750 Outdoor Access Point TweakTown spends some time with the ASUSTOR AS5004T Four-Bay Consumer NAS LanOC performs some AMD R7 370 Crossfire Testing Phoronix presents AMD Linux Graphics: The Latest Open-Source RadeonSI Driver Moves OnTo Smacking Catalyst ChannelProNetwork sits down with the Acer Chromebook C910-54M1 HotHardware reports Intel Unleashes Onslaught Of Skylake CPUs For Next Gen Notebooks, Convertibles And Compute Sticks MadShrimps examines the Crucial BX100 250GB SSD Legion Hardware taps away at the Logitech G310 Atlas Dawn Modders-Inc. counters with the Poseidon Z Plus Guru3D explores the Shuttle DS57U Fanless mini PC NikKTech chills out with the Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler ThinkComputers goes inside the Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ITX Special Edition Case The SSD Review tests out the Adata Premier SP550 SSD APH Networks comes back with the OCZ Trion 100 480GB Solid State Drive TrustedReviews takes on Final Fantasy 7 iOS Legit Reviews tries on a SteelSeries Siberia X300 Gaming Headset HardwareHeaven gets its hands on the Mionix Castor To finish us off, eTeknix shares its thoughts on the Antec ISK 310-150 Mini-ITX Chassis With Built-in 150w PSU Share This With The World!