Is it possible to print wirelessly at the same time you are connected to a wireless network provider without switching between wireless networks?
If the printer is connected to the same network, yes you can print without switching networks.
Is it possible to wirelessly connect to another PC that is wirelessly connected to the internet and get on the the internet?
How can an apparatus control or mute the ringers sound volume of a cell phone remotely or wirelessly without touching the mobile phone?
That would depend on the size you need for each network. The smallest possible network has 4 IP addresses - only 2 of them usable; those networks are used for point-to-point connections (such as serial connections, used on WAN networks). In this case, you would have a LOT of networks (divide the number of IP addresses in a class A address by 4 to find out how many!). However, for many practical purposes, you need…
Why do the number of possible IP addresses decrease as you step down from Class A to Class C IP addresses?
A global village is the idea that people are connected by various, convenient modes of travel, media and electronic technology and have become a single community. Good examples of this are the social networks on the internet. It's possible to bring people from all around the world together to share and exchange ideas as well as work toward common good. Activism on the networks brought involvements from many nations to help find Nigeria's missing girls.
The functionality of the Internet is possible because of Client/Server technology, Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and technology called Packet switching. The Client/Server technology enables data to be stored on servers, which can then share it with client computers or other hardware connected to the Web such as mobile phones, pagers or netbooks. The TCP/IP makes it possible to create connections between sending and receiving computers or servers. These connections, in turn lead to a…