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Uber's ad drones mock Mexican commuters

What could make a miserable commute worse? How about an advertising drone hovering above your car mocking those who commute alone? Uber Pool is rolling out in Mexico, and as part of their campaign, they have deployed drones to hover above traffic jams. (more…)
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