The Technology Sabbath, or tech shabbat for short, is a day when the practitioner forgoes the modern reliance on computers ,smartphones, tablets and the like in order to have a day of rest. On hearing of this term the thought arose that it was perhaps describing a day for worshipping tech, but of course we seem to do plenty of that devotional practice the whole week.
Having seen the way orthodox Jews practice, the tech shabbat looks like a standard shabbat to me, but perhaps without the loopholes like timeswitches to watch tv, etc., and horrendously expensive religious tech so that baby strollers and umbrellas can be used on shabbat without allegedly incurring divine displeasure.
This is what can happen when we lose sight of the Spirit behind the dogma. The observance of the many rules within religion was designed to foster a continuous remembrance of the divine, a contemplative mindful state, and not as an excuse for exercising ingenuity to find ways of avoiding God.