The NSIDC's measurement for Arctic sea ice extent is 13.73 Mkm2, the 4th lowest January in their records (Nov 1978-present).
The 12-month rolling average is 56,000 km2 (0.5%) above the minimum, which occurred three months ago (Oct 2011). In the last 120 months the ice is 6.3% lower than the prior 10-year period. (Ten years ago it was only 2.6% lower than the same period before.)
Notions that the Arctic has "rebounded" are absurd, to put it nicely. (To put it bluntly, they are lies.)
UPDATE: From the NSIDC, today: