The one thing I don't like about technology is that it makes life easier. Life isn't supposed to become easier; it's supposed to become harder. Sure, I love that we're better protected from diseases, but I just don't like TOO MUCH technology.
The idea of technology in the past was to "ease" the pains of existence. Making life more enjoyable/affordable and affording one the comfort of more down time to spend with family/friends/pursuance. As was predicted (unfortunately cannot recall the "futurist" author) who at the time (decades ago) stated it would become the bane of one's existence. The time/upkeep/expense would far exceed the average person's enjoyment level.
They create added stress. Some people become so wrapped up & addicted to their electronic toys, constantly looking & playing w/ them, absorbed, that they have little time at the end day to take care of more important things. The consequences of neglected issues, deadlines, friends & family contact catch up to them later. (And people who drive while speaking on cell phones are a big problem. Almost all are dangerously & rudely oblivious to others on the road.)
I hate technology because it makes people lazy. It is said in this book that I found that one day humans will come so far in tech that everything will fail because there'd be nothing left to keep it supported. This is called the X factor, I believe. And with all the pride in the world I'm sure this will be humanity's fall. And many scientists and myself agree that this WILL happen. there was a study done that shows that the more people are hooked on their electronics the stupider they get. I almost wish it was back to the Dark Ages. in my opinion things would be better mentally. simpler healthier peoples would think more stupidity caused by tech would fall