It depends on who you talk to.
I think it’s a pretty useless description. Technology is a tool, and there are many types of technology for many purposes – just like hammers and screwdrivers and jigsaws have different purposes. You’re only technologically inept if you can’t use the tools to do the things you need to get done.
According to Bernardo, I’m a technologically savvy person. Meanwhile, my brother designs chips for Oracle and has rigged his house up with a server (for media), and God only knows what else; his wife is an engineer of transportation systems. My sister is an editor for Breastcancer.org, where she works with CMS systems; her partner is a graphic designer who can make movies out of potato chips and a green screen. We all use technology in different ways, for different things, and take a certain amount of joy in using tools to get our work done and make our lives better. I’m never going to code anything more complicated than basic HTML; I work with developers who handle Drupal like throwing stars.
It’s not enough to assume a certain level of technological competence by merely asking the question, “How comfortable are you with technology?” There are so many degrees, so many tools, to which technology gets applied. It won’t be long before we start taking certain technologies for granted – just as we do hammers, or sewing machines, or light bulbs – while continuing to be awed by others (like genome sequencing).