NASAs primary charter is space research and spacecraft. The 200,000 some odd scientist that contract, come up with all the wee bits and pieces of the puzzle to make it all come together,
So effectively, they do host and endless list of technologies.
A LOT of medical breakthroughs, a LOT of little everyday things you have around the house, Automotive, locomotive, agriculture, climate, aviation, astronomy advancements only scratch the surface.
You mention smartphones, the marrying of computer and communications technology.
Advanced radio communications and satellite was my niche in this arena.
Digital communications goes back to the 60s, 40s if you include telephone terrestrial networks.
The 20 watt digital radio aboard Voyager 1 is so obsolete by today's standards.
All this technology advancement from the vast arena of engineers influenced by not only NASA, but many other such high end agencies, even the armchair amateur. The method your cell/smatphone talks globally is something from the amateur radio arena. The garage tinkerer with microprocessors spawned by Bell labs put computers into near everything, even the toothbrush. Your little game-boy has more processing power than all of NASA had in putting man on the moon, so go figure. A former roommate plays with NASAs air guns shooting projectiles at mach 6, not exactly your Daisy BB gun.