Yo. Just don't install the apps that need too many permissions.
That's like saying "Just don't install the apps". Most apps not on F-Droid need a buttload of permissions just to run. And if it's a game, it almost certainly isn't on F-Droid.
It's not your computer, it's your cell phone.
An iPad comes with has the same restrictions as an iPhone. Or is the iPad not "your computer" either?
And there's console sized PCs which could be used for the purpose.
I agree with you that this would be ideal. Toward this, what make and model would you recommend to people looking to buy a console-sized gaming PC instead of a Wii U or a PS4? Not everyone is knowledgeable enough about PCs to build his own from parts.
Heh, because so many AAA system sellers are deterred by the closed platform and DRM features.
Are you trying to claim that no game studios are allowed to exist unless they're big enough to deliver "AAA system sellers"? How are new game studios supposed to take hold in the first place?
What stops a BYOD from using multipath?
The 4G carrier's monthly cap.
If you choose a weakly typed language and are unable to remember how weak typing works, you shouldn't have chosen a weakly typed language in the first place, instead of writing long-ass rants about it.
But it's not like everyone has a meaningful choice. There was a time when a particular weakly-typed language had a near monopoly among entry-level web hosts. "Want Python? That'll cost you extra per month. Want Java? That'll cost you a lot extra per month."