He started Talkbox, the first "push-to-talk" voice messenger app on mobile with 13 million users back in 2011. In 2014, He started MailTime email messenger and later entered Y Combinator, the best incubator from Silicon Valley and started to analyze up to 20 billion anonymous email data and create actionable consumer insights. He's experience in both consumer products and big data industry led to his latest venture - Measurable Data Token, a decentralized data exchange economy that rewards users
Lau was also a founding team of the prestigious Talkbox, one of the first voice messenger apps. He took care of the development of the Android version of Talkbox with more than 13 million users, and also created Talkbox's unique technology for sending voice files in bulk to realize smooth voice chatting experience we now enjoy on similar services like “Wechat”. Lau also worked in a famous game company Artificial Life earlier, and developed a large-scale game engine himself.