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The last time a bottle of booze talked to me I was in college and we were trying to make grain punch. Now, however, you don't need to be drunk to hear your wine. Italian printer Modulgraf has created a system for embedding chips into paper labels that can be read with handheld devices. Based on RFID, the system allows buyers to listen to information about the wine and even hear a bit of music afore their tipple.

Talking wine label to chat up Italian consumers [Reuters]