From the Shovel...

The Mazda MX-30 Isn’t Mazda’s First Venture Into Electric Vehicles

The Mazda MX-30 has recently been announced at the Tokyo Motor Show. This has finally put Mazda in the race for the perfect electric vehicle. Or, so you’d think. I was surprised to find out the MX-30 isn’t Mazda’s first attempt at an electric vehicle. Let’s go back a few years to the Demio. Or,…

Continue Reading...

A green & blue gradient showing the title "Project MacBook Air"

Project: MacBook Air – Let’s Shed Some Light

The MacBook Air, probably one of Apple’s most innovative products in recent history. I, for one, personally believe it’s one of the computers that started the ultrabook trend. It’s the first time Apple tried to do something different with its already popular form factor MacBook. It’s probably a bigger leap than any of the most…

Continue Reading...

Looking Towards The Future. Scoopd: A 2020 Vision.

It’s hard to believe how quickly a year can fly by. Scoopd has rapidly changed over these past few months and it’s great to see how well it’s doing. When I created Scoopd, I had a simple vision; write about things I love. At the time, I was watching and reading a lot of reviews…

Continue Reading...

I’m a Car Guy. But I Hate Car Park Meet Ups & Stereotypes

Car Guys, more than often the first thought that would spring to mind is a person who likes to modify their car and meet up with their friends late in the evening to compare cars. I’ve always felt a little out of place. I have no idea what a car guy is supposed to be….

Continue Reading...

Mazda 3 (2014) Review: A Car That Just Keeps Giving

The Mazda 3 is beyond fascinating when you take its history into account. It’s one of those “cars of the people”, a true hero for the average Joe. As of writing this, we’re currently on the fourth generation of Mazda 3, the successor to the Familia/323. In this review, I’ll be going back in time…

Continue Reading...