Kevique Technology LLC has filed another wave in the long-running litigation over a single patent (7,808,483) generally related to moving graphical objects displayed on the screen of a device in response to movement of that device. The new defendants are Alco Electronics (2:17-cv-00086), JLT Mobile Computers (2:17-cv-00087), Juniper Systems (2:17-cv-00088), Lexibook (2:17-cv-00089), Linsay Digital Technology (2:17-cv-00090), NVIDIA (2:17-cv-00091), PLR IP Holdings (d/b/a Polaroid) (2:17-cv-00092), Razer (2:17-cv-00093), SOFTBANK (Sprint) (2:17-cv-00094), and T-Mobile (2:17-cv-00095). At issue in the campaign are devices with touchscreens and orientation sensors; for these latest defendants, smartphones and tablet computers that they manufacture and/or sell. (The accused product identified in the complaints against Sprint and T-Mobile is a different Kyocera smartphone.) Kevique appears to be an affiliate of patent monetization firm IP Edge LLC, which began this campaign through a separate entity, Long Corner Consumer Electronics LLC (LCCE), over three years ago.