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Engadget Expand speakers, Round Four: Boxee, Samsung, Formlabs and LUNAR, oh my!

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Thanks for joining us as we continue our unveil of the speaker lineup for Expand in San Francisco this March 16-17. We've got four more brilliant folks who will be gracing our stage to share with you:

  • Idan Cohen: Co-founder and Chief Product Officer, Boxee
  • Dennis Miloseski: Head of Design Studio, Samsung Design America
  • Maxim Lobovsky: Co-founder, Formlabs
  • Gerard Furbershaw: Co-founder and COO, LUNAR

These smart speakers will be joining the action-packed roster we've announced so far:

  • Chris Anderson: CEO, 3D Robotics and former editor-in-chief, Wired
  • Yancey Strickler: Co-founder and Head of Community, Kickstarter
  • Scott Croyle: Vice President of Design, HTC
  • Tom Rivellini: Mars Science Laboratory Entry Descent and Landing Lead Mechanical Engineer at NASA/JPL
  • Julie Uhrman: Founder and CEO, OUYA
  • Ryan Block: Co-founder of gdgt
  • Michael Laine: President, LiftPort Group
  • Avi Reichental: President and CEO, 3D Systems
  • Walter de Brouwer: CEO and Founder, Scanadu
  • Veronica Belmont: Co-host, Tekzilla
  • Gene Munster: Research Analyst – Devices & Internet, Piper Jaffray
  • Steve Cousins: CEO, Willow Garage

So what are you waiting for?! Go on with your bad self and get those tickets now!

And don't forget...

  • You have until this Friday, February 8 to submit your project for a chance to win $20,000 in our Insert Coin competition!
  • If you're a company that would like to work with us on an exhibition or sponsorship level, please drop us a line at sponsors at engadget dot com (DIYers and small startups, please ask us about our new Indie Corner option!)
  • If you're interested in speaking at the event, please contact expand at engadget dot com to inquire
  • If you're a member of the media interested in covering Expand, please contact engadget at shiftcomm.com for more information.

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