The Portugese company DigitalMags launched an English version of their tech magazine. The Portugese version of iTech was released into Newsstand two weeks ago and this morning an English version which is being called iTech - first person technology (because Apple requires that each app have a developer have a separate name) premiered inside Newsstand.
Digital Mags may be more comfortable on the Android side of things, their two version of iMags appeared in Google's Android store a month earlier than the iOS side.
An example of this would be Canada which has foreign ownership rules that have stood in the way of U.S. B2B publishers coming in and establishing lines of publications in the country. Foreign ownership is not banned outright, but advertisers can not deduct their advertising unless the company they are advertising with is also Canadian. But a magazine that has a paid content strategy would be less reliant on advertising and could, in fact, get enough multinationals to support the digital product that it could prove a workable model.
In any case, back to iTech. It has created a promotional video with music that I would consider bad enough that you might want to lower the volume before clicking. Here it is: