Same here. I have a bunch of them, all of them but one mechanical and require winding ( though some are self winding ). They’re all fairly modern ( 1980s to the early “oughts” ) too.
I still like maps: either fold outs or atlases ( like DeLorme’s ) and very very seldom use or need a GPS feature on a phone or vehicle infotainment system. I’ll peruse/study a desired route on a map or even google earth, then I’m good to go. Full disclosure: I’m a geography nut.
Still keep a land line phone: When at home I prefer talking on it because the ergonomics/comfort and sound quality are superior to a smartphone.
Don’t know if this is “old technology” or not, but when I going somewhere with the intent to photograph, I take my SLR camera. While the smartphone camera does OK in a pinch, I DO NOT consider it a substitute, let alone a replacement for, an SLR.
Still prefer DVD’s to streaming. Smoother and easier FF and RWD. Same with music CDs. Hell, I still play vinyl LPs every now and then.