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Don't miss Phil Molyneux, Google Glass, the EFF, Ayah Bdeir and David Gerrold at Expand NY!

Brian Heater
August 29, 2013
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We think we're already on-track to blow our San Francisco event out of the water -- and guess what, we're only getting starting. We're already announced some great speakers like LeVar Burton and Ben Heck, who promise to make this November's Engadget Expand in New York one to remember, and now we've got even more names to offer up. We're excited to tell you that we'll also be joined by Sony Electronics president / COO Phil Molyneux, Google Glass senior developer advocate Timothy Jordan, littleBits founder / CEO Ayah Bdeir, EFF staff attorney Julie Samuels and science fiction writer David Gerrold.

If you haven't been keeping track, we've already announced:

See you in November -- and don't forget...

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  • If you're a member of the media interested in covering Expand NY, including a special press-only preview on November 8th, please drop us a line using this form
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