Bradley Berman


Bradley investigates the intersection of technology, business, and the environment, translating forward-looking trends into content that consumers use to make informed decisions. His recent obsessions include autonomous-vehicle racing, robotic pizza delivery, and the future of car nausea.


  • Bradley writes about automotive and home technology for The New York Times, Popular Mechanics, MIT Technology Review, and others
  • He started writing for Lifewire in August 2019.
  • Bradley has a masters degree in film from New York University


Bradley’s work has reached millions of people through the websites he created ( and and via his guest appearances on CNBC, BBC, CBS Evening News, National Public Radio, and Pacifica Radio. His 2017 zero-budget documentary about oddball local politics, “Nat Bates For Mayor,” was shown on KQED Public Television in San Francisco and at film festivals throughout the U.S.


Bradley has a masters degree in film from New York University. 

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