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No, Uber doesn't plan to start taunting you with drones while you sit in traffic

The flock of drones buzzing over cars and bearing signs touting Uber's service looked straight out of a science-fiction movie. But if you're hoping to see the airborne ads next time you're on the freeway, you're out of luck. Uber may have flown drones over gridlocked traffic in Mexico City this summer, but that doesn't mean you'll start seeing them on your daily commute.
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