Thanks Troy for sending me the link. Apparently, Autodesk has nicely posted new features on their website. Looks like a couple of good enhancements. I hope they've fixed the materials editor that takes forever to click through. Still looking for Revit in the cloud though....
Software for BIM
Autodesk® Revit® software delivers tools that support architectural design, MEP engineering, structural engineering, and construction. Revit is specifically built for Building Information Modeling (BIM) to help you design, build, and maintain higher-quality, more energy-efficient buildings. Comprehensive features make it an ideal solution for the entire building project team.
Building element energy analysis
Supports faster building performance analysis.
Enhanced structural analytical model
Analytical model enhancements provide insight.
Duct and pipe calculations to API
Use the API to perform pipe/duct calculations.
Enhanced Autodesk Exchange
Access functionality through Autodesk Exchange.
Dockable window framework
Dock dialogs in a single window.
Stairs and railings
More easily model, edit, and document designs.
Air terminal on duct
Place air terminal devices on duct faces.
Restrict angles for pipe, duct, and cable tray.
Cap open ends
Cap open ends of pipe or duct content quickly.
The Plumbing-Default template speeds design.
Rebar placement constraints customization
Gain control over rebar placement.
Get more rebar options when modeling.
CSV file removal project
Embed CSV data into families.
Temporary view templates
Change view properties temporarily.
Point cloud improvements
Improve appearance and controls of point clouds.
Parameter variance for groups
Vary the value of parameters assigned to groups.
Revit 2014 includes multiple API enhancements.
Non-rectangular crop regions
Crop non-rectangular model areas faster.
Easily manage elevation cut-line configuration.
Automatically display dimension values.
Improved rebar tagging
Annotate multiple elements with a single tag.
Improved positioning of beams and braces
Define geometry and position for beams and braces.
Get greater control of schedule formatting.