You may have seen the hype behind the "memoQ Adriatic" rollout yesterday. AFAIK this is the first version of the software released without beta-testing, so the release is essentially a beta test. Beware.
The early reaction of one LSP project manager on the memoQ Facebook group makes many of the relevant points. The "new" features are mostly quite beside the point for most of us and are dealt with better elsewhere.
The choice of version "name" also strikes many as bizarre and out of touch. When Kilgray began to ape Microsoft and SDL by including years in the release designation, I said it was a bad idea. This apparent attempt to take cues from Apple's marketing is even worse.
I think this version can be ignored for the most part. Certainly for now in this dangerous beta (or perhaps alpha?) phase. Style is all very pretty, folks, but we need some real substance to address the challenges of translation technology today. Really.
For a "management summary" of new features it seems that the online Help file is your best bet.