According to AllthingsD.com the domain name Touch.com was recently purchased for $100,000 by an App developer called Enflick
The App formerly known as PingChat has now been renamed Touch.
I looks like the domain name was purchased somewhere around June according to DomainTools.com and was formerly owned by a Douglas Beardshaw of Toronto.
There has been a lot of sessions held at conferences and chatter of what the effect Apps will have on domain names.
I have argued on thedomains.com that Apps are just another end user for good domains.
Here is an example.
Of course the domain was a steal at $100K. With computers, laptops, tablets and Smartphones, all devices are moving to a Touch” world and I think the domain name IMHO was worth $250K on a blowout deal and could have easily fetched $500K or more in the right hands.