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Gadget master brings calm to distressed phone owners

By Michael Tsai

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 04, 2014

~~<p>In a technology-driven society where the iMiracle of six months ago is one overhyped product launch removed from obsolescence, Terence &quot;Yoda&quot; Yorga's cellphone repair kiosk on the corner of Atkinson Drive and Kapiolani Boulevard stands as a refreshingly retrograde refuge for unmediated human contact.</p>
<p>There Yorga patiently listens to the tales of modern-day woe spun by despairing clients who have dropped, drowned, cracked, shellacked, stepped on, run over or otherwise rendered inoperative their pricey but oh-so fragile cellphones.</p>
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In a technology-driven society where the iMiracle of six months ago is one overhyped product launch removed from obsolescence, Terence "Yoda" Yorga's cellphone repair kiosk on the corner of Atkinson Drive and Kapiolani Boulevard stands as a refreshingly retrograde refuge for unmediated human contact.

There Yorga patiently listens to the tales of modern-day woe spun by despairing clients who have dropped, drowned, cracked, shellacked, stepped on, run over or otherwise rendered inoperative their pricey but oh-so fragile cellphones. Login for more...



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