This whimsical idea for an all-electric craft looks neat, but would it fly?
Aeroscraft is the only variable buoyancy air vehicle of its kind -- the vertical takeoff and landing system requires no runways or even ground staff to oversee its landing.
All-stock deal for the geolocation startup is estimated to be worth $3.5 million.
Strategic investors Verizon and Salesforce.com lead funding round for the mobile notifications provider.
While the airship is better remembered for the fiery Hindenburg disaster of 1937 than for its many technological achievements, it was the fastest and most comfortable way to cross the Atlantic in its day.
In a new partnership with E-Green Technologies, the Mountain View, Calif., NASA facility will host a 235-foot-long and 65-foot-wide airship that runs on algae-based biofuel.
Thailand has a less than positive experience with using an airship to counter its southern insurgency.
WeBlimp conceptually places observers inside by projecting images snapped by its onboard camera onto a wall-size screen. Navigators can also control where it goes.
The tire company will ply the skies with an all-new zeppelin that will go faster and be more efficient than its current blimps -- and you could name it.
Push notification company Urban Airship hopes to make Apple's location-based system more relevant for retailers.