The joys of the touch.

The pain of being touched.

The joy of being moved.

All of these things are what the world is all about.

But now, the world has turned to touch technology for something else altogether.

In a move that has been hailed as the future of our society, a French company called S-Works has unveiled a touch-enabled smartphone called the Touch.

It’s a touch screen that can communicate directly with the human body and send a single message.

But the Touch isn’t just any phone.

It’s the first device with the capability of sending both a text and a gesture.

This is all thanks to a technology called electrochemical capacitance, or E-CAP.

The E-cap is a special kind of capacitive device that enables a small amount of electrical energy to be transferred to the surface of a device without touching it.

For example, a user can use the E-Cap to send a simple text message to a friend.

Or a simple finger gesture can be used to swipe through a webpage.

The Touch is able to do this by using an electrochemical battery that is charged by the touch sensors.

By placing the battery on the sensor, the battery will automatically charge the sensor when touched.

So when a user touches the Touch, the electrochemical batteries will charge the capacitive sensors.

The Touch will then communicate with the user via E-Caps.

The user then receives a text message or a simple gesture, and the battery automatically charges the sensor.

S-Works explains the E in E-caps as “E” for Electrochemical, or the same word as a capacitor.

This makes it easy to distinguish between different types of capacitors.

For instance, the E Cap is a type of capacitor with a high voltage that can be easily discharged.

It has a very low resistance and can be discharged by applying a high current to it.

However, it has a high resistance that must be held in place before it can be charged.

So, the more the E is charged, the stronger the E Caps will be.

The S-works Touch is made up of four E Cap devices, and can send texts, a simple swipe gesture, a click of the finger, and an electrochemically charged capacitor.

The E Cap can also send and receive signals from the S-cap.

The touch of a finger on the Touch makes a loud click, and a click on the ECap can make a very audible vibration.

The touch of the E cap on the top of the Touch can make the user feel as if he’s touching something.

The user can select between different touch modes, such as a single-finger gesture or two-finger gestures.

The first Touch phone to be marketed using electrochemical capacitors is the Samsung Galaxy S5, which uses electrochemical technology to provide the same kind of user experience as the Touch without the need for the S cap.

But it’s not just about the touch of an individual finger.

The technology is also used in the Apple iPhone 5s and the Samsung Gear S2.

There are also the Samsung S3, which is also a smartphone that can connect with the Touch via a wireless connection.

However this technology is much more expensive than the S4 and S5.

Samsung has partnered with E- Cap maker Fuchsia Technologies for the Touch smartphone.

Fuchsias CEO David Lohu said that the technology will allow Fuchsian to expand its manufacturing capabilities in the future, and to produce devices for other manufacturers.