Sure - I think overall technology is great for education, I played educational games on various devices and eventually computers when I was a kid and I think it had a lot of value. Kids respond well to that kind of thing. But most technology kind of takes the approach "learning is fun!" and I think that yes, learning is fun, but it's also hard work. Students sitting in classrooms are going to get bored sometimes, and they're going to have to swallow stuff they don't really enjoy or have a lot of interest in. When the enter the workplace, in general the problem only gets worse. Traditional classroom learning teaches kids to focus and interact well, in addition to the material itself. And while it may seem like an eternity to a kid, teachers actually don't have a lot of time to teach each lesson - so when they try to throw a computer lesson in too often, I think it destroys the focus and can take away from the real points the kids should be absorbing (a lot of this can also be caused because teachers don't understand how to fix the technology when it breaks, and kids are great at causing technology to do unusual things).
So anyway, I didn't mean to imply I thought technology had no value whatsoever in the classroom, but I think it should be used very stringently and is more useful as an outside-of-class supplement than an integral tool.