Android: We mentioned the CyanogenMod 6.1 Release Candidate when it first came out, but the stable version dropped today with performance improvements and feature additions for tons of Android phones.
While the Galaxy S phones still aren't officially supported (which was the most hopefully anticipated feature in this release), there are some pretty neat features for other phones. The stock Android camera gets some cool updates with continuous autofocus, option sliders, stable shot and bugfixes (making it a better contender for taking good smartphone pictures). They've also added the popular Power Control widget to the notification drop-down for quick access (and mad home screen space-savings). The FM Radio originally added in the release candidates has been added to a few other phones, as well, including the Droid Incredible.
One of the coolest new features, however, is the addition of lock screen gestures that perform certain actions. By drawing a simple shape or pattern on the screen, you can either unlock the phone, turn on the camera, or turn on your phone's LED torch (via the new, bundled, phone-independent flashlight app). You'll have to play around with the sensitivity settings, but it makes the formerly easy-to-crack "unlock pattern" even better and more versatile. Of course, this version of CyanogenMod also includes a standard PIN unlock if you prefer that too. Check out the changelog here, and head over to the CyanogenMod forums or ROM Manager to download the update.
CyanogenMod is a free download for many different Android phones. See a list of supported phones here.
CyanogenMod-6.1 Stable Has Landed! [CyanogenMod]