This is just a variation of the question that was discussed at length (without much conclusion) about the web and social media – Are iPads/Mobiles changing the way we think?: “Today’s technology may be determining not just how we spend our time: It actually may be “rewiring” the way we think, how we experience the world around us.”
The question is too vague to be useful. Technology is changing our social habits. It is changing how we find and interact with information. In this regard, it is also changing our capacity to “be intelligent in networks”. If that’s what the author means by “changing the way we think”, then, yes, absolutely it is. If the author is referring to biological changes in the brain, it could (and has been) argued that our experiences in life change our brain structure. However, changes to the deep structures of thought – for example logic – are speculative at best. It seems to me that technology is messing around with the periphery of the human brain in how we interact with the world and phenomena in general…but changes to deep structures of the brain are far less conclusive.