The paper discusses in general terms the problems of contemporary technique, taking as its starting point the diagnosis of Martin Heidegger. The main horizon of analysis will be opened by the question surrounding the ontological status of the technique, from the point of views of the concepts offered by the ontology of "virtual " Gilles Deleuze, exposing this way the decisive displacement operated by the French philosopher about Heidegger philosophy. In this sense, the delicate matter implies, since the philosophy of Deleuze, the technical universe, not as homogeneous nor determined by an endogenous drive, but as multiple self-differentiated. The notion of virtual is the centerpiece in ontological terms to think the technique as production wich operates by updating a single field of virtual animated internally by difference. The paper exposes how it can be said that technology does not end anything, terminating, or encloses, as it is always related in varied differented settings.