Would be pointless if, as the article says they increase range eg. 11-36. I already think 11-34 is pointless for most riders and I always buy 11-32. Also chain length will be impossible to get right using a 22/32/44 chainset with 11-36 cassette.
If however, cassettes are available in say 11-32, 10 speed version then all well and good. Don't expect the first ones available to be any good though. It took 2 years to get 9 speed cassettes sorted when they were launched in 1999.
--and today you'll be hard pressed to find an 8-speed bike in good running order.
I have a working eight-speed cassette on my MTB. I was always too tight resisted the urge to buy a nine-speed cassette as I couldn't see the point of spending the extra money for one more cog, and that is without knowing the downsides of the chains wearing out faster and the gear changers being more tempermental.