The Surgeons' Touch

The Surgeons' Touch

Docs will get meeting materials on an iPod touch.

Operating an iPod touch isn't brain surgery, but about 3,500 neurologists headed to a meeting next spring are going to have to figure out how to use the smart little devices.

Instead of a 165-page program book waiting for them at the registration desk in Philadelphia, attendees will be given an iPod touch (for keeps). The portable media player, personal digital assistant, and Wi-Fi mobile p

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