There will be other things besides technology which will drive you nuts, anywhere. It might be good to change environment, for the sake of your sanity, if there will be less of them, but that is in itself not about Buddhism, it is just a very natural and laudable care about your well-being.
I find nonetheless the following very useful (Daniel M. Ingram, Mastering the Core Teachings of the Buddha (http://integrateddaniel.info/book).
When I think about what it would take to achieve freedom from all
psychological stuff, the response that comes is this: life is about
stuff. Stuff is part of being alive. There is no way out of this while
you are still living. There will be confusion, pain, miscommunication,
misinterpretation, maladaptive patterns of behavior, unhelpful
emotional reactions, weird personality traits, neurosis and possibly
much worse. There will be power plays, twisted psychological games,
people with major personality disorders (which may include you), and
craziness. The injuries continue right along with the healing and
eventually the injuries win and we die. This is a fundamental teaching
of the Buddha. I wish the whole Western Buddhist World would just get
over this notion that these practices are all about getting to our
Happy Place where nothing can ever hurt us or make us neurotic and
move on to actually mastering real Buddhist practice rather than
chasing some ideal that will never appear.