Wired and The New Yorker have decided to ditch Flipboard to promote their own mobile (web) apps.
Flipboard users accessing these two news sources would get basic content. They would have to open links in a browser to access the full content.
This comes just as Flipboard gained full access to The New York Times.
Incidentally, both Wired and The New Yorker are part of the Conde Nast group. This means that other media companies owned by the same group could soon follow.