When relatively small companies like ARM, Nvidia & Qualcomm can make and dominate the mobile and tablet industries, why hasn't a behemoth like Intel been able to make any inroads into the mobile computing world in all these years since smartphones became so popular? Where do they put their research money? Couldn't the come up with one chip design that works on cellphones/tablets in the 5 years since the original iPhone was released? Is there a technical reason for Intel not being able to transfer their expertise from traditional computing that results in them being a non-player in the mobile world? There are a lot of very smart people in these forums. Hopefully some people know the answers to some of these questions. It is absolutely baffling to me.