X5 Smartphone – premium features under $200

Being connected is a must. Smartphones need to be fast and reliable. Market leaders have convinced us that well-designed phones that are truly fast and reliable are only available at the $800+ range; this is simply not true.


What Does “Unlocked Android Smartphone” Really Mean?

An unlocked phone can be used on different carriers by switching out the SIM card. This works best on GSM networks, like AT&T and T-Mobile, where your fast 4G LTE service will be preserved. Unlocked smartphones are exceptionally handy for international travelers.


How Smartphone Apps Have Changed Our Lives

Smartphone apps especially have changed our lives in numerous ways, and it stretches beyond just our Internet speeds. The Google Play store has more than 3 million apps for Android smartphones, and that number continues to grow, infiltrating both our personal and professional lives in many ways.


NUU Mobile Tips #01 – Android TalkBack

One of the functions built into the Android operating system is the accessibility feature Google calls TalkBack. This feature helps vision-impaired usersadditional feedback that helps them interact with the device. It gives audible feedback to let you know what is on your screen or what you are touching. This means [...] read more...


Best Educational Apps for Smartphones 2017

No matter the age, students can learn in and out of the classroom, all thanks to the computers in the palm of their hands. Smartphones removed barriers to information, and have allowed individuals to become subject masters. So as you or your children gear up for the school year, what [...] read more...


When Will 5G be Available for Mobile Phones?

Mobile phones and technology have been advancing in leaps and bounds since they became commonplace in the typical consumer’s life. Internet service providers and mobile phone companies alike have been working both cooperatively and competitively to continue that advancement of technology. Up next on the docket? The 5G network.


Why Your Smartphone Doesn’t Work Abroad

In the U.S., there are two different types of mobile phone networks: GSM and CDMA. Around the mid-90s, CDMA was the newest technology as phone service carries switched from analog to digital. At the time, CDMA was leaps and bounds ahead of GSM in terms of quality and capabilities. One [...] read more...