Andrew brought up a good point on my last post about worshipping technology. His comment about much of our technological advances being mostly the result of military research during the war, or the drive for more porn. Unfortunately, it is hard to disagree with him.
Of course this leads many people to the conclusion that all technology/science is inherently evil, and that we should all go back to the garden of eden days. Unfortunately, I think many of these people would be surprised that many would consider fire an early example of technology. Now, fire can be used for both good (cook food, heat our homes) and evil (burning down other peoples homes).
The same can be said of many other technologies. Nuclear fission killed untold numbers of people in WWII, but it also gives us a window into the inner workings of the universe and is a relatively cheap source of electricity. Nuclear fission is not evil, but it is what we choose to do with it.
And that is where the problem is, the choices we make of what to do with the technology. But God gave each and every one of us free will, and the ability to differentiate between right and wrong. What we have to remember is that we will all eventually be judged for the choices we have made and what we have done in our lives. I know I think about many of my choices every day.