In the world of smartphones we’ve seen keyboards that slide out, pop out, flip open and do a little twist, but a recently outed patent filed in 2010 by RIM discusses a keyboard with different dance moves. The patent application describes a physical keyboard that has the ability to move around the housing of the device it’s attached to. For example, if the phone’s operator wanted to switch from portrait to landscape mode, the keyboard could be adjusted to function in either position. This may not sound so cutting edge to those of you that have written physical keyboards out of your mobile equation, but many believe that there’s still an audience for additional hardware keyboards. Since this was filed about a year and a half ago, it remains uncertain if RIM plans on actually implementing feature in any of its future devices.