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.

Hard times for computer maker — Dell posted a 63 percent drop in profit and a 23 percent decline in revenue.

Yahoo 360 to shut for realThe social network and blogging service will shut July 13. The company announced last year it would shut, but kept it open.

[Photo by Atari]