Intel has been pushing into the tablet and smartphone markets for years, and only now is experiencing some success. Apple, meanwhile, has been wildly successful in both markets.
Indeed, no other company has come close to what Apple has accomplished, except for one: Samsung. As it happens, that's the same company that makes makes the custom chips that drive the iPhone and the iPod. It's also the same company that Apple is suing across the globe.
Could Intel have a shot at the most lucrative smartphone and tablet franchise? And if so, in what capacity?