Travel pairs especially well with mobile devices because it allows travelers to continue and amend their trip-planning once they've taken off. Mobile is expected to account for more than 25% of total U.S. online travel bookings by 2015, according to PhoCusWright. In a recent report, BI Intelligence looks at how the worldwide adoption of smartphones, tablets, and other devices is dramatically changing how we travel - before, during, and after the trip - and what the impact of that change is to businesses in the travel space. Players in the travel industry are emphasizing mobile as a core component of their business strategies, and working to make their products and services mobile-friendly. Those that do not risk becoming relics of a bygone desktop computing era. Get the full story at Business Insider