I love my iPhone.
Yes, this is coming from a "Machead," but the specific reason I like my iPhone is because it has helped my prayer life.
Something tells me Steve Jobs didn't account for that.
About a month ago, I stumbled upon the website Pray As You Go, a British Jesuit concern that produces daily podcasts. Each episode contains a song and a reading of scripture and time to reflect on the words. I started doing this and later realized that I was doing the Lectio Divinia without realizing it.
Maybe what I like about it, is that helped me realize that prayer is not always about words, but about being quiet and listening to God.
What is so fascinating about this is how these Brits have been able to meld modern 21st century technology to an ancient spiritual practice. Pray As You Go has a worldwide following and I don't doubt that it has helped rekindle the prayer lives of countless folk.
Give it a try.