We are living in an Information Age where technology and knowledge bases are advancing at an explosive rate. According to Schilling, at an average, the magnitude human knowledge is now doubling every 13 months at the current rate. The over-whelming effects of this knowledge are all around us as cutting edge technology is rendered obsolete in the blink of an eye due to further advancements. It would be illogical to believe that we should abandon technology, because in many cases, it will be the difference for a better tomorrow. As a result of the pursuit of better quality of life, some dependence on technology is unavoidable because we would all like to have clean running water, healthy diet, and protection from terrible diseases, provision of power and different electronic tools for our businesses as well as other material comforts and amenities in our lives. Technology especially in the face of rapidly increasing population helps us in utilizing the Earth’s resources more efficiently. It is due to technology that human race is surviving the unprecedented population expansion and without it, the human race would have died out long ago in a global hunger Armageddon. But on the other hand there are negative effects of technology lingering in our lives. By neglecting basic human and mammalian instincts like socializing, family life and physical exertion, we have become artificial and hollow. Although we are reaping benefits, we are losing the little of the precious humanity left in our lives due to over-indulgence.