Next Issue Media, the tablet magazine storefront from the superfriends of publishing (Conde Nast, Time Inc, Hearst, Meredith, News Corp) will launch in early 2011 according to CEO Morgan Guenther, but it will only be available on Android devices at the outset. "We're ready to support Apple as well," Guenther says, but presumably Apple hasn't been quite as flexible in negotiations as Google has been. Oh well. [All Things D]
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