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Long-distance communication may benefit from a robot’s touch.
They’re built with a touch interface in mind, which doesn’t always translate well to a mouse and keyboard.
Rather than just a pressure sensor, we need something that captures the myriad of touch sensations.
It’s equally delightful to sip, though, with notes of nougat and just a touch of bright acidity.
We bought a few trays, to limit touch, so servers can carry plates on those instead of with their hands.
You can swap the banana for any type of fruit, either fresh or dried, and sometimes a small cookie or tuile adds the finishing touch.
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Kimberly Nelson, Decker’s mother, said at the time of Decker’s disappearance that she was typically in touch with her family members and unlikely to run away.
The county mails letters, emails, makes phone calls and even texts voters trying to get in touch about questionable signatures, Gilbertson said.
Beaches near the sewage-blighted Tijuana River are, of course, fully closed – meaning touch the water at your own peril.
For example, the touch pad from the DualShock 4 controller remains one of the most unused PS4 innovations.

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