You can find all the available information regarding the Intel Curie Module in the following links:
-With module, it means a platform with different features and capabilities like motion sensors, Bluetooth Low Energy, battery charging capabilities and others. The module has a low power, 32-bit Intel Quark™ SE SOC.
-As the documentation above states “This device has not been authorized as required by the rules of the Federal Communications Commission. This device is not, and may not be, offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased, until authorization is obtained”. So there isn’t an official launch date for this yet.
-The name of the module actually is Intel® Curie™ Module
-The module is not on sale yet, due to this it doesn’t have a price yet
-Although the Genuino 101 board has the Curie Module, the Genuino 101 is an Arduino’s board. I suggest you to contact Arduino for more information regarding when or how soon are they planning (or not) to launch another board.
-I suggest you to contact Arduino for the manuals and other documentation you need regarding the Genuino101.