This must be Botched Launch Week — You can ogle our pretty screenshots of Microsoft’s new search tool, Bing. But most of the world still hasn’t been able to connect. Microsoft PR says Wednesday June 3 is now the official launch date.
Botched launch week part two — Nokia’s Ovi Store seems to be up and running, after its own rough start.
Tough times for an old game brand — Atari parent company Infogrames has problems that won’t be cured by hitting F5. President Phil Harrison stepped aside after watching $319 million in losses pile up. Harrison will still work with the company, but will no longer have the president’s title.
A new twist for Tiger game — Electronic Arts is expected to announce next week that it will do a version of its Tiger Woods golf game as a subscription online game, part of a growing trend where EA is seeking to compete with free online games. The Wall Street Journal has more.
AOL’s chief talks strategy — In an all-hands meeting, Tim Armstrong, chief executive of AOL, talks about life after the coming spin-off from Time Warner.
Another strike against Redmond? — The EU may be contemplating a new antitrust enforcement action against Microsoft whereby it forces Microsoft to include rival web browsers in Windows.
Yahoo 360 to shut for real — The social network and blogging service will shut July 13. The company announced last year it would shut, but kept it open.
[Photo by Atari]