From recording your own voice on Waze to StoreDot proving that you can fuel an electric car in 5 minutes, this has been yet another incredible month to be a Blonde 2.0 client.

Waze had a slew of announcements, including the ability to record your own voice, giving yourself directions while you drive! Want to get directions from the one and only? Check out Channel 2 News, Mako (Twice), Reshet (Twice), Yediot, 99 FM-Tal and Aviad, 103 FM, GLZ, Calcalist (twice), Globes, Nana 10 (three times), Walla!Tech, The Marker, Ashdod Online, Geektime (twice), JDN, Mobility freak, Srugim, TG Spot, The Car, Gadgety,, No Camels (Twice), and Pashkevil.

Airobotics’ autonomous drone platform continued to fly around the web, check out Bloomberg, CNBC, Mercedes-Benz, AlleyWatch, Aviation Week, droneblog, dronelife, Energy News Bulletin, From the GrapeVine, Inside Unmanned Systems, LPHInfo, Mining Monthly, Monch Publishing Group, Robohub, Shephard, UAS Vision, UAV Expert News, FrenchWeb.FR (twice), Calcalist, Jerusalem Post, The Marker, Isradrone, NoCamels, People and Computers, and RobotRabbi.

Skyroam’s global WiFi hotspot roamed onto Daily Mail, Buzzfeed, Bloomberg, Huffington Post, Reader’s Digest (Twice), TheINQUIRER, Culture Trip, Condé Nast Traveler, JustLuxe, The Tech Guy!, Workfrom, Breathing Travel, Roamaroo, CORT, The Viking Abroad, Our Next Adventure, Travel on the Brain, Peachfully Chic, Wireless Wednesday Live, The Atlanta 100, Trusted Travel Girl, Modern Life Discussions, Melissa Divietri, TechCommGeekMom, The Jenna Bee, and The Houston 100.

CloudSight’s visual search platform was sighted on FastCompany, 9to5Mac, AppleInsider, The Mercury News, EuropaPress, iMore, iDownloadBlog, Stuff, Business2Community, iClarified, MacMagazine, iPadizate, The Mac Observer, iPhone in Canada, MacDailyNews, the Loop, FromDev, Brantford Expositor, Startlr Tech, Adstasher, Cool Blind Tech, abiliko, Techtly, Mobile News Promotion, ATandMe, and Download Pangu.

Do you want to reach your destination with directions from the guy who’s taking America in the wrong direction? Karta GPS now lets you get directions from either Bill Clinton or Donald Trump! Take a right at covfefe to check out The Late Late Show with James Corden, Late nIght With Seth Meyers, Huffington Post, Engadget (Germany), Yahoo News, Mashable, Fast Company, Wired Italy, IBTimes, Android Headlines, Palm Beach Post, Phone Arena, Clien, La Voz, Circa, Sinembargo, Unwire, Deseret News, Peru, Caracol, Guiding Tech, Journal Economico, NewsHub, Log, Big97.9, and Hot 97.5.

StoreDot charged CUBE’s Tech Fair with a new 5 minute charging EV demo on stage. Check out: BBC, Engadget, CNBC (Twice!), Yahoo Finance, Independent, Business Insider, The Next Web, Huffington Post UK, Globes, International Business Times, CityA.M., Digital Journal, Geektime, Jerusalem Post, TGSpot, Gadgety, The Drive, Charged I/O, UnWire, Green Car Reports, New Atlas, Prestige Electric Car.  

Unbabel’s smart translation technology continued to babble on Huffington Post, The Conversation, Neowin, MSN, MoneyPantry, Publico (Twice), CM Journal, DN, Observador, SAPO 24, Expresso (Twice), Dinheiro Vivo, Blitz, and CA Noticias.

Gravity’s Iron Man suit continued to defy its name on Daily Mail, Washington Post, Telegraph, The Sun, Daily Star, Reuters, AOL, Fortune, OK!, GMA Network, Sina, Futurism, TV Over Mind, Loaded UK, Insider Media, and Australia Financial Review.

Beyond Verbal was verbal on TechCrunch, Market Watch, 4 Traders, Wha Tech, Planet Info Wars, Biz PR, Artificial Intelligence Online, Solid Tech News, Tamil New Technology, and Ideagoras.

Zebra Medical Vision was featured on: CNBC, Business Insider, Jerusalem Post, Calcalist, AuntMinnie, YedaTech, Healthcare Business International

Livia continued to live it up on Telegraph UK, Huffington Post UK, Mirror, Yahoo Beauty Japan, Cassandra Report, Cleo Thailand, and Times of Israel.

Arbe Robotics avoided collision on Business Insider, The Robot Report, Funder, Jewish News of Northern California, People And Computers, and The Marker.

Amimon was on Pronews, and Fstoppers.

JFrog leapt into a busy month with swampUP in Napa and hopped onto The New Stack, Calcalist (Twice), Globes, TheMarker, and Geektime.

JFrog’s CTO, Yoav Landman, spoke about production systems on Geektime.

ParaZero parachuted into Wired Germany, Heise Online, FrenchWeb.FR,, and Bizness.

Kununu was reviewed on  The Boston Globe, Psychology Today, TheStreet, Huffington Post, Journal Star, and Bucks County Courier Times.

Playtika played on Walla!, The Marker, Ynet, and Mako.

Shoto shot The Asian Age, Wwwhats New, The Mobile Indian, PC Quest, The Next Web, BestTechie TechWorm, and The Mirror Print Edition.

Reverso reversed its way into  Android Developer Magazine and TechWorm.

SixGill protected Newsweek, Yahoo UK, Ars Technica, IBtimes, and The Marker.

SleepRate took a nap on, Mobile Magazine, Yediot, Medical Daily and Channel 2.

Viber vibed its way into AndroidHeadlines, Business Insider UK and HuffingtonPost.

Belong belonged on BestTechie, TechWorm, and ILTV.

glamix glammed up Digital Trends and Trend Hunter.

Nutrino was on No Camels and Israel 21C.

Matrix was on Virtual Perceptions.

Carbyne’s Reporty was reported on NoCamels.

Humavox was featured in Wireless Week.

Our fearless founder and Co-CEO had a busy month hosting the Main Speakers event at TAU Innovation Conference with Senior execs from Yelp, Youtube, and more.

Then she traveled around the world coaching the world of entrepreneurs on how to pitch the media, starting with a panel at CUBE’s Tech Fair along with journalists from CNN, VentureBeat, Business Insider UK and AP.

She was interviewed by VRWorld conference, where she also hosted a panel on “How to pitch your VR startup.”

And if that wasn’t enough, Ayelet also judged startups at the Boost competition at TNW.

Ayelet also shared her thoughts on client communication and award leveraging on Forbes (Twice).

And she was quoted in the book Straight Talk About Public Relations by Robert Wynne

In other news, we have reignited our ‘How To Pitch Me’ Initiative with some interesting insights from the talented Monty Munford

And last but not least, this month we started an exciting project with Israel’s Ministry of foreign affairs! Follow along on Twitter.

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