Sadly, Atelier Ryza 2 Won’t Get A PlayStation 5 Upgrade In South Korea

Originally announced for the PlayStation 4, Atelier Ryza 2 is also coming to the PlayStation 5 via a free update. In South Korea, however, it’s not. 



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According to the game’s South Korean publisher Digital Touch (via tipster Sang), the company does not have the publishing rights to the PlayStation 5 version. Rather, Digital Touch only has the PS4, Steam, and Switch publishing rights. But since Digital Touch never licensed the PS5 version, it’s not able to offer the free upgrade. Perhaps it didn’t know that it should have?

Tecmo Koei is publishing the game internationally in regions including North America and Japan.

The PS5 upgrade was only announced in September, and Digital Touch seemed flatfooted by the news. Even after following up with Tecmo Koei, as no licensing agreement had been drawn up, Digital Touch stated it still won’t be able to offer the PS5

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Norton antivirus displaying error after upgrade

Eyal Goldshmid, Special to TCPalm
Published 9:00 a.m. ET Dec. 2, 2020

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Having more than one antivirus installed on a device can cause various issues. (Photo: Getty Images)

Q:  In February, I upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Ever since I have been receiving the following error message daily: “Norton Security Scan cannot launch because %CCROOT% failed in initialization.” Despite the message, Norton seems to be working correctly, though I should also say it’s strange in that I’ve received no notification of any kind from it since the upgrade either. I contacted Norton Support, and they suggested I uninstall and reinstall Norton, which I did three times, but despite doing this the problem has remained. Any ideas how to fix this issue?  

— Al S., Vero Beach

A: This doesn’t appear to have anything to do with your upgrade to Windows 10.

Research on this error

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FAA’s go-ahead for 737 MAX’s return to flight kicks off a massive software upgrade

Two years after the catastrophic crash of a Boeing 737 MAX jet in Indonesia touched off an aviation crisis, the Federal Aviation Administration today laid out the path for hundreds of 737s to return to flight.



The first 737 MAX 8 plane undergoes final assembly at Boeing’s Renton plant in 2015. (Boeing Photo)


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The first 737 MAX 8 plane undergoes final assembly at Boeing’s Renton plant in 2015. (Boeing Photo)

But that can’t happen immediately: It’ll take months for the FAA to check the implementation of changes in pilot training procedures, and verify all the fixes that will be made. All 737 MAX planes have been grounded worldwide in the aftermath of a second crash that occurred in Ethiopia in March 2019.

“This is not the end of this safety journey,” FAA Administrator Steve Dickson told CNBC. “There’s a lot of work that the airlines and the FAA and Boeing will have to do in the coming weeks and months.”

Stan Deal, president

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737 MAX’s return to flight will require software upgrade campaign

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The first 737 MAX 8 plane undergoes final assembly at Boeing’s Renton plant in 2015. (Boeing Photo)

Two years after the catastrophic crash of a Boeing 737 MAX jet in Indonesia touched off an aviation crisis, the Federal Aviation Administration today laid out the path for hundreds of 737s to return to flight.

But that can’t happen immediately: It’ll take months for the FAA to review and approve the changes in pilot training procedures, and verify all the fixes that will be made. All 737 MAX planes have been grounded worldwide in the aftermath of a second crash that occurred in Ethiopia in March 2019.

The key fixes involve software rather than hardware — and that part of the job is more like installing a Windows update than installing an actuator.

Based on months of investigation, it was software that led to the fatal flaw in the jets that crashed.

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ServiceNow Rises on Upgrade to Equal Weight by Morgan Stanley

ServiceNow  (NOW) – Get Report rose Thursday after Morgan Stanley analyst Keith Weiss upgraded it shares to overweight from equal weight, citing the workflow software company’s growth potential.

Weiss lifted his share-price target to $652, the highest estimate on Wall Street, according to Bloomberg, from $559. ServiceNow shares recently traded at $513.92, up 2.15%, and have soared 83% year to date.

“A rising priority for workflow automation post-Covid well positions NOW to sustain 25%-plus revenue growth,” and sustainable free-cash-flow growth above 30%, Weiss wrote in a commentary, Bloomberg reports. That rate of FCF through 2023“ should prove the current valuation still attractive,” he said.

ServiceNow’s billings growth “sustained much better than peers throughout the downturn,” Weiss said. And new billings growth should rise in 2021, in line with demand, he said.

Morningstar analyst Dan Romanoff gave the company a healthy prognosis after its earnings report last month. “Sales

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