From the earliest days of the Internet, travelers have been using the Internet to find out what’s going on in their destination.

Now, with a global economy under the control of a single government agency, travelers are more likely to rely on the Internet for the information they need, according to a new study from the University of Michigan.

The study, which was conducted by the Center for the Study of Travel and Tourism, examined a series of travel destinations from the United Kingdom to the United States, with data collected over the last four years from more than 200,000 travelers.

The data revealed that travelers are much more likely than ever to rely in their smartphones, rather than in their wallets, for the most important travel information.

When asked to choose the information most important to them, the study found that smartphones were the most commonly cited source of information, followed by a combination of the websites of travel agencies, travel blogs, travel agencies and book sites.

While travelers are now less likely to access the Internet from their homes or workplaces, they are far more likely, in most cases, to rely online.

“Online travel is now an essential part of travelers’ travel plans, and is essential for making informed travel decisions,” the study said.

“This study demonstrates the importance of the internet for consumers and for the travel industry.”

The study analyzed data collected from travel agencies that were operating in all 50 states between January 1, 2018, and March 31, 2018.

It also looked at the number of travelers using the sites of the major travel agents and book chains that operate in those states.

The results revealed that smartphone use among the American public is rising faster than anywhere else in the world, with the U.S. population increasing by an average of 12% per year from 2014 to 2018.

However, that trend isn’t universal.

For example, while smartphone usage in Europe rose faster than in the U, smartphone usage by Americans is down by about 5%.

The findings also show that smartphone usage is still lower than it was in 2012, and that the U is still behind other countries when it comes to mobile technology usage.

For the study, the researchers looked at data collected by travel agencies between January and March 2018.

In total, the data collected showed that smartphone users are more than three times as likely to be in their homes than they are to be out on the road.

In the United states, that translates to 2.8 million people in the United State using their smartphones on a daily basis.

While there are a few exceptions, the number that use their phones more than once a day is nearly as many as it was for Americans in the year 2000, according the study.

And smartphone usage remains far lower in the countries of France, Canada, Germany, Spain and the United Arab Emirates.

It is important to note that, for example, a trip to a vacation destination is only one-fifth the number-one source of mobile data usage in the European Union, while mobile usage in Canada and Germany are nearly equal.