Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
Intel's x86 obsession led to them flogging off their only hope in the embedded market, their ARM folks (largely folks they acquired from DEC some considerable time ago). Find me a high volume consumer/SoHo electronics market (ie an embedded market) where ARM isn't dominant and likely to stay that way, and I'll eat my hat. Have they emptied their warehouses full of unsold i860s, i960s, and I2O slideshows yet? Past performance isn't necessarily a guide to the future, and in Intel's case they have to hope it isn't. They've about as much chance of being a player in the embedded market as they have of dominating the 64bit market with IA64 (rather than their AMD64 clone).