Beating GNOME 3.8 to the punch, KDE 4.10 has finally been released. The latest version of the venerable desktop environment has been in development for a little while now, and comes with a number of improvements over the already pretty great desktop environment.
As well as the usual visual and technical refinements, KTouch has been overhauled, the Plasma SDK is now available, and there are new scripting options in KWin.
It’s not the biggest change to KDE, but it’s definitely worth the upgrade if you can do it. Expect it to make its way to distros shortly.