'I Am Richer' App Pops Up in Android Marketplace for $200

Is it any huge surprise that someone is already charging the maximum Android Marketplace price for a nonsensical, paid app? Or that the name makes reference to the $1000 "I Am Rich" iPhone app? No. » 2/23/09 8:40pm 2/23/09 8:40pm

Anti-Dealzmodo: The $6,200 Kindle Book

Amazon's standard price for Kindle-formatted ebooks is pretty reasonable at $9.99, and a lot of titles are even available for less. But then we've got the the Kindle's equivalent of the Apple's "I Am Rich" app » 11/08/08 2:00pm 11/08/08 2:00pm: , available for a mere $6,232. Wait, what? is a three-volume compendium of technical essays on energy. It…

I Am Rich App Ported to Windows Mobile, Misses the Point

Giz reader Julien has created a version of the iPhone I Am Rich » 8/12/08 7:03am 8/12/08 7:03am application, but he has completely missed the point by making it donationware. Julien, the objective of this app is making richer by making poorer in the process. Thank you, Julien, but that said, use at your own risk. []

A Guided Tour of the $1,000 'I Am Rich' iPhone App

Are you curious as to what, exactly, you got if you purchased the infamous "I Am Rich" iPhone application for $999.99? Well, here's a video guided tour of it. As I suspected, it's not worth the money. But hey, judge for yourself. Want a copy for your jailbroken iPhone? Here it is. » 8/11/08 12:15pm 8/11/08 12:15pm

Confirmed: Eight Morons Bought the $999 I Am Rich iPhone Application

We had some doubts about the authenticity of the clown who bought the $999 I'm Rich iPhone app, but Armin Heinrich-the German author of the application-has confirmed that not only one moron, but eight dumbasses actually bought the application. According to him, there are more waiting to get it: » 8/08/08 9:45am 8/08/08 9:45am

$999.99 iPhone App "I Am Rich" Probably Only Applies to Developer

You must've seen at least one book titled something like "This book will teach you how to earn $1 million." Now, picture an iPhone application that has just two functions: a red jewel icon that "always reminds you (and others when you show it to them) that you were able to afford this," and, after pressing the "(i)",… » 8/06/08 5:07am 8/06/08 5:07am