There is no doubt that technology has influenced human life، Has the impact of technology on human life been examined from a philosophical point of view? (Particularly the impact of technological evolution on human lifestyle) For example, the widespread use of smartphones.
Heidegger was much concerned with this. A central text is : 'The Question Concerning Technology and Other Essays, ed., trans., William Lovitt (New York: Harper & Row, 1977).
David Edward Tabachnick has a useful article: 'Heidegger's Essentialist Responses to the Challenge of Technology', Canadian Journal of Political Science / Revue canadienne de science politique, Vol. 40, No. 2 (Jun., 2007), pp. 487-505: 492:
Heidegger called for the defiant recapturing of a pre-technological world through the destruction of the scientific establishment that he under stood to be an obstacle to "authentic being." He comes to the astonishing conclusion that:
From a metaphysical point of view, Russia and America are the same; the same dreary technological frenzy, the same unrestricted organization of the average man ... The spiritual decline of the earth is so far advanced that the nations are in danger of losing the last bit of spiritual energy that makes it possible to see the decline (taken in relation to the history of "being"), and to appraise it as such. (Heidegger, An Introduction to Metaphysics. Trans. Ralph Manheim. New Haven: Yale University Press: 37-8.
This gives only a sample dip into Heidegger's critique of technology but it may be a useful pointer.