Most of the time I love new technology. At the risk of using an old metaphor, it’s like a new car. It has cool features that old cars don’t have.
But one of the things I hate about new technology is when companies try to differentiate themselves by twisting terminology. Everyone wants to be the leading vendor of X, but they know they’re not, so their marketing department comes up with a variant of X that makes the executives happy, but ends up confusing everybody else.