Since the difference between them is even more now, each will bring in users that fit the workflow that it operates. A KDE user doesn't use KDE because he likes the K, he uses it because it fits the way he works. This argument doesn't have any meaning in the real world. Now if we were to ask what could one project learn from another, that would be a much more productive discussion.
I'm nowhere as qualified as everyone here, but Nvidia seems to be pushing more for the pararell supercomuting with rows of Tegra chips working in unision. They had talked about supercomputing when the Tegra 3 was announced.
I believe they are stating that games that play on 1920x1080 on the PS3 should be able to play at the NGP's lower resolution screen, at the same graphical settings or at least close to what the PS3 has.
MyCookie writes: Mozilla Labs released a new UI for Firefox 4 Beta 9 and up. Dubbed Home Dash it provides a new experience that goes beyond shuffling a few toolbars and buttons around. Still needs some work, but if it steadily goes in the right direction it may provide something that we didn't know we needed.