CBS News and CNET News are teaming up to give you in-depth coverage of the Republican convention in Minneapolis-St. Paul, September 1 to 4. (We teamed up for the Democrats' event the previous week.) We'll have special CBS on-air coverage with Katie Couric nightly from 10 to 11 p.m. EDT, followed by a Web-only show with a political roundtable. We also tell you where the candidates stand on tech topics in our 2008 Technology Voters' Guide. Check back here for updates from CNET News staffers Declan McCullagh, Stephanie Condon, and Kara Tsuboi.
CNET's Declan McCullagh and Charles Cooper talk about how the tech policy debate is likely to play out over the next couple of months.
John McCain offers his vision of what the country can expect if he and running mate Sarah Palin are sworn into office in January.
Katie Couric and the CBS News political team discuss Sarah Palin's speech and take viewer questions.
Inside, Republican convention delegates cheered Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. Outside, peace (and other) activists gathered.
A stop by YouTube upload booths at the Democratic and Republican conventions helps reveal why the site has such a presence in politics.
Fred Thompson tells the life story of presumptive nominee John McCain, who also gets a good word from former Democrat Joe Lieberman.
Take a listen to Democrats' and Republicans' musical tastes, as well as a look at their favorite mp3 gadgets.
As the Republican convention took place miles away, a crowd rallied for the former presidential candidate and his message.
We guide you to some of the best places to find out the truth about candidates.