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More to expect at our free Engadget Expand event in NYC!

If you're keeping score, we've announced a bunch of great speakers heading to this year's Engadget Expand (such as RJD2 and the head of DARPA, Arati Prabhakar). Of course there's plenty more where that came from and we're excited to announce what else you'll see at the Javits Center on November 7-8 in New York City!

Gallery: Speaking at Expand | 25 Photos

  • RJD2, Producer and Musician
  • Angela Ruggiero
  • Arati Prabhakar, Director at Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
  • Becky Stern, Director, Wearable Electronics at Adafruit
  • Dr. Vaiva Kalnikaite
  • Greg Sewitz
  • Craig Dalton & Patrick Buckley
  • Marte Roel, M.Sc.
  • Matt Bell, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer at Matterport
  • Paul Eremenko, Technical Project Lead, Project Ara, Google ATAP
  • James Dietrich
  • Isaiah Kacyvenski
  • Mark Setrakian, Robotics and Animatronics
  • Jeff Branson
  • Kate Hartman
  • Sarah Grant
  • Matt Richardson
  • Agnieszka Nazaruk
  • Bas Lansdorp, CEO & Co-founder, Mars One
  • Alexander Reben, President & CEO at BlabDroid Inc.
  • Alex Gruzen, CEO, WiTricity
  • Ebbe Altberg, CEO at Linden Lab
  • Colin Guinn, SVP, Sales and Marketing at 3D Robotics
  • William Woodworth
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Today we're adding 5 speakers to our already awesome slate of technology leaders coming to Engadget Expand:

You can flip through the gallery above to see who we've already announced and there's much more to come soon. But Expand isn't just about speakers, it's about letting you get hands-on with the future of technology and for that, we've got a few awesome exhibitors to announce.

OnePlus

Our friends at OnePlus will let Expand attendees go hands-on with the elusive OnePlus One smartphone. The company's mission is to never settle and deliver a premium-looking smartphone with top of the line specs. The flagship One starts at $299, unlocked and free of contract.

Suitable Technologies

Suitable Technologies has a lot planned for Expand, not least of which is letting attendees move around and experience the show floor from the comfort of, say, their Santa Monica beach bungalow. The company's Beam device makes the typical conference call experience much less lame.

GizmoSphere

We met GizmoSphere and its Gizmo development board at Engadget Live in Boston this summer. The company is bringing its experience down to Expand, where you can battle your friend for victory in the ultimate, "immersive" deathmatch. No, no, there won't be blood, but still -- this isn't your typical game, either.

There's much more to announce soon, but in the meantime -- grab your free tickets right here. Also, our 'In The City' sweepstakes runs through 11:59PM ET on October 7th, the winner of which will score themselves and a guest a free trip to Expand on our dime!

(Update: We regret to announce that Michael McAlpine will no longer be able to attend Engadget Expand New York.)

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