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Uber eyes drones for food delivery, unveils new autonomous car

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Washington (AFP) June 12, 2019

Uber said Wednesday it plans to speed up restaurant meal delivery by using drones for its Uber Eats service, in the latest effort by the ride-hailing giant to disrupt the transport sector. At its Uber Elevate Summit, the company said it had regulatory approval to begin tests of delivering food by drone in the region of San Diego, California. "Our goal is to expand Uber Eats drone deliver
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News video: NYC Council To Look Into Food Delivery App Fees

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The New York City council will be looking into the fees charged by food delivery apps, like GrubHub, that let people order food from local restaurants.

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