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We were unpleasantly surprised, wandering around Halle One at Cebit to see a big yellow taxi on the Microsoft stand. This one looked like one of the new Beetles, rather than the Kubel One or the Kubel Two during the war. But the funniest thing about Microsoft's push into Halle One was that the car had no wheels, while just outside, folk were scrabbling for taxis. According to our taxi driver on the way back to Hamburg, no one liked the look of the new Beetles because the engine wasn't in the back... ®

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