Tuesday's special election was a critical test — not just for David Jolly, but for the right's growing tech capabilities.
It's the biggest conservative conference of the year. And nobody's said a peep yet about surveillance.
The technology is Microsoft's way of leveraging its living-room dominance and leaping into the lucrative political ad market.
But how that disclaimer should be presented is another question.
Visitors to this year's conservative conference, CPAC, will have access to technology training workshops.
Targeted political ads are coming to satellite television.
Republicans are seizing the technology mantle in a move that could revive the party.
If it works, it could lead to dramatic changes for the entire progressive organizing industry.
Turns out the technology is perfectly safe to use.
Critics called Mitt Romney a robot. This film argues otherwise.