Today in Tech: The decline of Japanese electronicsFebruary 7, 2012: 3:55 PM ET
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* Sony (E), Sharp, and Panasonic's combined losses for the fiscal year will total a whopping $17 billion. The Wall Street Journal explores why this Japanese tech trifecta is losing consumers. (The Wall Street Journal)
* Why Facebook's recent claim of 845 million monthly active users and 483 million daily active users may not be entirely accurate. (The New York Times/DealBook)
* Predictions for the iPad 3 are picking up. Chief among them: a display with double the resolution as the iPad 2, powered by a significantly faster processor. (PCWorld)
* An in-depth look at the popular mobile app Instagram. (Gizmodo)
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