Applew vs Samsung

Apple vs. Samsung
October 20, 2014
Dr. Cornelius Perry

Apple vs. Samsung
Apple Inc., a company that designs, manufactures, and markets media devices and mobile communication ("Reuters", 2014) filed suit against Samsung electronics.   Apple alleged that Samsung infringed on twenty Apple patents related to the iPhone ("Cnet", 2014).   The infringement of copyright act in section 106A (a) protects anyone who is violated of any exclusive rights as the copyright owner ("Copyright Law of the United States Of America", 2014).   When a company or an individual provides a service or a product, those items, in whatever form, belong to that company or that individual.   Property in the form of personal, real, or intellectual can be claimed and patented.   When a patent is provided, then the protection of said property becomes valid and legally owned.
Intellectual property shares many of the features related to real and personal property. It is an asset that can be exchanged, purchased, licensed, sold, or given away. In addition, the intellectual property proprietor has the right to inhibit the unlawful sale or use of the assets. The most obvious variation between intellectual property and other forms of property, however, is that intellectual property is intangible, that is, it cannot be identified or defined by its own physical constraints. It must be stated in some apparent way to be protected.   Technology is a competitive industry where Intellectual Property rights are the essential elements to sustain a competitive advantage in the market
According to Waddey Patterson (2014), “Digitech Image Technologies holds a patent related to the generation and use of an “improved device profile” involved in digital image processing. The device reduces the distortion of an image’s color and spatial properties. The patent covers both a “device profile” and methods for generating a device profile.   The issue in question is, does Samsung have the right utilize a...