This is a difficult question to answer definitively because it depends on how you define "technology." Generally speaking, technology can be thought of as the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes. So, in that sense, information could be considered a technology.
Information can be manipulated and used to achieve specific goals, so it can be seen as a tool that can be employed to achieve certain ends. Additionally, the way information is gathered and disseminated has been greatly affected by technological advances, such as the internet and social media.
So, while information itself may not be a technology, it is certainly deeply intertwined with technology and its development.