Not from this particular test, though, which does not appear to have implemented any new functionality whatsoever. It seems to have just tested what happens when AJAX is used to deliver results as opposed to using traditional methods.
To my mind, the results are something like:
- Web analytics vendors despair
- Webmasters who have come to depend on web analytics get annoyed
- Users don't notice any difference
I'm sure there are lots more findings behind the scenes too ;)