What's needed aside from better filtration tools (show only apps that are free sorted by download) is the ability to search common sense sentences. "I'm looking for an app that will help me organize receipts for my taxes." Then it would allow you to filter results by reviews, ratings, downloads, number of current users.
My MBA professor recommended starting a network marketing company to improve social and communication skills beyond those you can pick up in the tech industry. Hard to find a good one with a decent education and training support system but overall worth looking.
Cars that drive themselves enough so we can look at the touchscreen (Preferably a Tesla-sized touchscreen). Removes the problem of distracting touchscreen interfaces to begin with. Add Siri-like voice control for more flexibility.
Make the game available through digital download only. Never make a physical copy that can be resold. Sell it on Steam or XBLA or PSN. Profit. Done.
Maybe there is a mental link from what your mind is experiencing to the energy it supposes you are consuming. If you are playing FPS games and performing high-energy maneuvers, perhaps your mind gives you the urge to feed to replenish the supposed loss of calories. Action gaming does increase your adrenaline, perhaps it does the same to your metabolism and "need to feed".
Here's a good place to start, find out if the games you want to play are actually playable, figure out what the minimum requirements are. most likely whatever is in your budget will be able to handle it. http://cyri.systemrequirementslab.com/CYRI/intro.aspx
I believe the guy mentions in the first few minutes of video that he has to be under a 100 MB file size limit... Might not do as much damage
ISPs offer a certain Bandwidth at a certain price for unlimited usage. Common sense dictates that they would analyze the bandwidth available to the area divided by the users to come up with that number. Why are these networks unable to deliver on their basic service agreement? It's very simple, give me the speed i paid for, that you claimed you could provide, without restriction.