From the AIP's always interesting Physics News email newsletter:
"COLD ANTI-HYDROGEN ATOMS have been made, stored, and detected for the first time in an experiment at CERN. The ATHENA collaboration makes the anti-H atoms when a swarm of antiprotons is loosed upon a cloud of positrons held within the same 16-cm-long cylindrical trap."
It takes a lot of energy still, and there are storage problems, but this means that it's another step along the road to usable antimatter creation techniques.
Click here for more information from the Athena project, along with some very fascinating diagrams and information.