Scott Kveton, co-founder of the push notification startup, tells employees that he had been thinking about stepping aside for a while but the decision was accelerated by a story about his "personal situation."
Greenpeace, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and the Tenth Amendment Center join forces to protest the government's mass surveillance program.
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.
In the skies above the NSA's data center in Bluffdale, Utah, a lone airship protests mass government surveillance.
Push notification company Urban Airship hopes to make Apple's location-based system more relevant for retailers.
Aeroscraft may be the future of luxury travel. It's an airborne hotel with large staterooms, dining areas, theaters, and casinos.
The golden era of zeppelins may long since be over, but airships are once again plying the skies. Today, CNET got a ride aboard the Eureka, and a priceless view of the best of San Francisco.
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.
Strategic investors Verizon and Salesforce.com lead funding round for the mobile notifications provider.